NSS recap: wow!

Wow, my first visit to NSS was pretty darn thrilling…if you don’t count the 5 blisters I received walking up and down the aisles for 4 hours. I got to see a lot of friendly faces, and discovered a lot of new stationery designers with amazing talent. One of my favorite finds is from a tried and true company, Russel and Hazel. After coming out with recipe books and holiday sets, they have finally developed a fabulous wedding binder with the help of Anne Chertoff of iVillage! Oh, how I wish they had designed these a year ago! There will be downloadable sheets off their website you can include in, and lots of pockets for holding all your clippings.

*these will be available mid-June, so hold tight until then…

[images from R+H and Brooklyn Bride]

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  1. Kate

    WHAT THE HECK!! I just put together my R+H wedding planning binder only two months ago!!

    As excited as I am to hear this – I’m a little peeved that this didn’t come out sooner. Granted, I’m sure you are too. 😉

    Kudos, R+H – you’ve granted my dream wedding planning binder wish!!

  2. Tia

    Where can I get my hands on one of these? I have 32 days to go and really need to pull everything together into one place asap — I’ve used several different methods of organization over the past few months — unfortunately none of them stuck.

  3. Jess

    try using band-aid’s blister block! it’s like a deodorant stick for your heels and it works GREAT! it’s my new favorite thing 🙂

  4. maria

    I checked the site…and so far its not there yet…is it available to the public yet. I would love to have that for planning. please let me know. thanks.

  5. Vane

    i was told it should be out around June 15…i’ll keep you guys posted. i might buy one for myself just for fun!

  6. Kate

    That is great! I need something to plan my vow renewal. I wonder if that will have too much extra info in it, such as registry/extra parties. Maybe I just need a plan planner. I really want something that will let me write in it and save clippings, etc. Anybody find something like that that also looks good?

  7. Kimberly

    Holy Cow – I may just ditch the binder I put together and get this one.

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