If you have ever planned a wedding, you know the drama. The “to do” lists. The budgeting. The vendor contracts. The negotiations. The time off work. Let’s write newsletters. The stress. The security deposits. The exact shade of blue for the linens. Your mind is racing. The glitches. The compromises. The logistics. Let’s frame 120 pictures. The maps. The sleep deprivation. Could you get a raise at work? And a second job? The nightmares about everything that could possibly go wrong. The tears.
As Dave said before we got married, “If we can plan this wedding, we can do anything.”
And then all the good stuff happens. Your family and friends are amazing. They help make everything come together, and help you keep things in perspective…just a little. After all this planning, you are actually getting MARRIED. Through all those tense moments, you actually learn to listen and work together a bit better…just a little. And before you know it, you are married and blogging about your wedding which happened half a year ago.
Dave and I had an absolutely wonderful wedding day. We are both so happy with the wedding, the reception and all of the loving and generous people who celebrated with us. One of our favorite parts of the wedding was spending the day with all of our family and friends. Our very favorite part of the wedding was getting married!