My boyfriend graduated college last December, and you wouldn't believe what a struggle it was to collect our friends and family's addresses when it came time to send out announcements. Especially between both of our extended families. I decided we needed to get our contacts in order before I graduate next May- Eek!
I knew I wanted an address book that would last us a lifetime, and knew Erin Condren Life Planners have amazing quality. As always, the book came with exchangeable covers, luxuriously thick paper, and I chose the hardcore black coil. They also had this gorgeous embroidered floral cover that I may have already switched to my vertical planner.
*Random Thought: It would be adorable to get a cover that matched your wedding colors and leave this out as a guest book at your wedding.*
The address book has a perpetual calendar in the front, so I will *theoretically* never miss a birthday or important date. There are also reinforced tabs with signature quotes and gorgeous colors Erin Condren is known for.
Each section has entries that included a space for name, birthday, address, phone number, and email address. I decided to enter everything in pencil so as people move it'll be easy to change their entry without taking up another slot.
Of course there's a Keep it Together pocket with the usual Erin Condren freebies; Clear Plan for it Pouch, 6 inch Coil Clip, Pay It forward discounts, and a Sample Sticker Book. I definitely foresee myself keeping wedding and party invitations in my keep it together pocket and using coil clips to attach moving announcements in place. I plan on keeping a few thank you notes and stamps in my plan for it pouch so sending out happy mail can be a breeze.
In the back there's are a few notes pages and a section for important numbers including work, school, doctor and more.
Overall I love the Erin Condren Address Book as much as the Life Planners. It's one of those things you'll only have to purchase once, and the interchangeable covers mean it will always match my style. I've really been in a dark floral stage, so the embroidered design is perfect for me.
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