If you’ve spent even a bit of time scouring the web for wedding planning inspiration, you’re probably already wise to the bullet journal craze. This organizational phenomenon, which stresses the importance of customizable to-do lists and daily agendas, usually includes beautiful calligraphy and intricate sketches. It’s also an excellent way to practice calligraphy skills if you’re considering creating your own wedding place cards, stationery or signage.
We asked Toronto-based calligrapher Sylvia Wong of Via Calligraphy to create a wedding-planning bullet journal spread, chock full of key items you’ll want to check off in the days leading up to your celebration.
We’re predicting that this craze is about to take the wedding world by storm, with its combination of precise planning and therapeutic doodling. Here are just a few of the ways you can use a bullet journal to stay organized in the lead up to your big day.
Keep a list of wedding DIYs, stationery and decor items: