- 9 years ago
- Wedding: September 2009
With only two more months and one week to go until the big day, I’m finally hitting my wall. I LOVE… let me say it again…. LOVE the wedding planning process but I can finally see why in the home stretch things start to get difficult. Even the smallest things become hard to deal with.
The past month I’ve spent a ton of time worrying about the BM’s dresses and the hassles with David’s Bridal, but this month (only 4 days in) has started with worrying about cake toppers, favors, seating cards and having made what I heard today was a "tacky" decision to have a cash bar. Seriously? I had never thought about it that way until today.
When it came to alcohol at my wedding I wasn’t going to have a bar in the first place. My Fiance isn’t a big drinker and neither am I, so it only seemed right to not have a bar at all. Then we started to rethink. What about our friends and family members that do enjoy alcohol? We are of course on a budget and so instead of fully stocking a bar and not knowing if our friends and relatives would actually drink any of it, we made our decision to go with a cash bar. Is this wrong? I didn’t know that this was tacky or such a huge concern until today.
What do you think??? What are some of the things that you are encountering the closer you get to your special day?