Where to start with Wedding Planning?
Congratulations! You’re on top of the world, dreaming of your big day, and the happiness of spending the rest of your life with the one you love more than anyone else. There are magazines to buy, Pinterest boards to make, and wedding day outfits to dream of. Life is a whirlwind of congratulations, celebratory catch-ups and general happiness, wishing peace and goodwill to all humanity.
But then… reality kicks in. After a few days/weeks/years of basking in the glow of your own future happiness, you realise that if you want to actually get married, you’ll need to start planning. And boy, is there a lot to do. And who knows where to start with wedding planning?
So, like anything you want to know more about, you google it.
Woah, that’s a lot of lists.
Lists of things you should have, things you apparently need, and things you’ve never seen at a single wedding you’ve attended, but are described as a *must have*. Everyone wants to sell you something, and costs start to mount in your head, spiralling out of control before you’ve even spent a penny.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, and like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day, then this blog is for you. Don’t let the overwhelm get you down – you can do it, and it will all be worth it. And don’t forget, you aren’t in this alone.
I’ve pulled together a starter list, to give you an easy place to start. It’s just suggestions, to get you thinking.
This starter list is a companion to the method of Getting wedding sh*t done which I talk about in my book, How To Plan Your Perfect Wedding: A Stress-Free Guide To Designing Your Big Day, but it’s a handy starting place if you just use it on it’s own.
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This post is in part an excerpt from How To Plan Your Perfect Wedding: A Stress-Free Guide To Designing Your Big Day.
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