Post # 1
Some times I feel like the wedding planning process is bringing us closer but then other times I feel that its ruining us! We are both VERY stubborn and we’re constantly going back anf forth with the smallest things with this wedding.To the point where I ask myself, is it really worth it. We’ve been together for over 5 years and we’re both seeing sides of each other that we’ve never seen before. This is scary! Are you experiencing this too?
Post # 3
You’re not alone. Some things have brought us super close and made us much more of a team, but other things are just a pain and cause us to nit-pick a bit. It’s a big task to plan a wedding, and it can get pretty stressful. I mean, it’s hard to throw a grand party by yourself, let alone taking two people’s unique perspectives and blending it into the best day of their lives!
Just make sure that above all, you take time to spend time together and remember why you love one another and why you’re getting married. My motto is ‘the color of the napkins isn’t worth sleeping in separate beds.’ Try to remember what’s important in the long run 😉
Post # 3
My sister told me “If you get through wedding planning together, you can get through anything.” So true! We didn’t fight much during wedding planning but I had major anxiety and a few times I had to remind myself NOT to hold it against him that he wanted the whole whtie wedding. Just keep reminding yourself that the details don’t matter and at the end of the day you are marrying the love of your life!
Post # 4
I think Fiance and I have gotten closer through wedding planning, but we’ve both agreed not to stress about little things. I know that sometimes we all get caught up in what color the print on the invitations will be and should the bridesmaids wear silver or pewter shoes, but as a very helpful Bridesmaid or Best Man of mine always says, “It doesn’t matter, you’ll be married by 3.”
Try not to worry about little details- you and your Fiance are the only one that will notice a lot of those things, other guests will just enjoy the party. And, I’ve never been to a wedding that was perfect- but the ones who laughed off the mishaps had the happiest weddings. It’s not worth fighting over small stuff, there’s plenty of big stuff to disagree about 😉
Post # 5
Aww..thanks so much for all of the advice. Im feeling so much better. =)