SO you are wedding planning, getting a gazillion emails from vendors throwing all their sales tactics at you, meanwhile you are LIKE…..
You have been waiting for this day for SOOOOOO LONG and its FINALLY HERE! I mean GOOD GRIEF you have gone through more tinder dates and douche bags than Hannah Brown from the bachelorette! You went through all the dumb games dudes play on the dating scene while trying to maintain your self esteem, we all agree dating in the 2000’s is NO JOKE! Then you found THE ONE. He is everything you have ever dreamed of and you can’t wait to see where this journey will take you! I mean this is EXCITING!
You get to plan your wedding! I have good news for you bride to be’s! It CAN be exciting, it CAN be AMAZING but you have to create boundaries to make this happen.
Here are my top 5 tips to planning your dream wedding and saying NO to stress
- Set boundaries with your family members. These boundaries are crucial for happiness girl. Seriously, now is not the time to be a people pleaser!
- Consider whether you want an elopement, intimate wedding or traditional wedding. Less details = the more the focus will be on your love for each other. Also, its 2020, eloping doesn’t mean you are running away from ANYTHING. It means you are prioritizing each other. Yeah you are saying no to having the majority of your family there, but you are saying yes to something so beautiful. Eloping has an intimacy that can’t be replicated in a traditional wedding. I am not saying this is for everyone, but I do think it is something each couple should talk about. 90% of my couples have a more traditional wedding. There are ways we can infuse intimate just you two moments into your wedding day. Ask me how to make this happen when we start talking about the details of your wedding day!
- Allow yourself time to plan! 8 months to a year is plenty of time!
- Make a pinterest board and pin EVERYTHING you love! This will help others like your florist, photographer, and wedding planner see your vision!
GET HELP! DIY=stress recruit grandma, aunts, cousins! JUST ASK and you shall receive!