This post is for those of you who want the low-down on the not-so-great events leading up to my wedding day.
The Friday before the big day, I spent the day with my mom running around doing last minute wedding prep: getting our nails done, searching for bubbles, finding the perfect birthday cupcake for one of our guests, and picking up the flowers I would use to make my centerpieces. Nothing about the day was supposed to be stressful… Continue reading
I’M GETTING MARRIED!
3 days, 22 hours, 16 minutes, and 17, 16, 15, 14…
What am I doing in the time leading up to my wedding? Well I’m currently at work typing up this post because it’s the second to last full day of work before my wedding… can anyone really expect a whole lot of progress out of me? I think not.
We’re in the home stretch!
We have just under 6 weeks until the wedding, and I’m not sure I could be any more excited than I am now.
So what am I up to at this stage in the planning process?
I’m still working on some signage, particularly the bar menu and the sign to be displayed next to our wedding favors. Continue reading
Sorry for the radio silence on my blog lately. As you all know I’m getting married soon (66 days!) so what free time I have has been dedicated to wedding prep, which is what I wanted to fill you guys in on.
If you read my last post, then you know that I am planning my wedding to be as frugal as possible while still getting what I want, so I’ve spent lots of time and energy either making my own decor or scouring the web for the best deals. Here’s what I have so far: Continue reading
Wedding planning has me like:
You thought I was talking about ol’ St. Nick, weren’t you? You know, not everything is about him this time of year…
I’m talking about yours truly!
I’ve finally started planning my wedding and boy is that a feat. Honestly, at the beginning, I didn’t even know where to start. My first thought was cake because that’s just who I am. My second thought was invitations, but I realized pretty quickly that I needed a when, where, and who for those. Continue reading