Post # 1
Bees, I am extremely happy now I can finally start planning my wedding. Ever since my Fiance proposed on Christmas morning, I kid you not that in less than 24 hours – I have set up my office to become the hub of my wedding plans. I have even put up a little notice on the door to advertise the fact. Thank goodness my Fiance has a good sense of humour about it. He even bought me a Wedding planner book for Christmas, which means he encouraging me!
Please say hello to my Wedding ground control, my intel centre.. the engine room..
The sign reads “Wedding Planning HQ – Restricted access only” Haha. Oh my, now best get back to planning a wedding in only 9 months. No wonder I need this room.. this might just turn out to be a real mission.
Oh and I expect I will be spending a good few hours locked behind that door above, haha!
Do any other bees have a room or place for their wedding planning at all, or have I gone mad? 🙂
Post # 3
I think this is adorable! I turned my parents’ office into wedding planning headquarters the last month before the wedding as I was wrapping everything up. Have fun with the planning process!!
Post # 4
I love it! I used our diningroom (our house is pretty tiny) and had my wedding “pile” in the corner. As things were completed I put them in various labelled boxes and containers and they moved to the basement. We didn’t eat at our diningroom table for months, and when I had to occasionally clear it off for company, they had to deal with my wedding corner 😉
Post # 5
@spaneshal: I have a wedding planning room too – I cleaned out the spare room to use it for this very purpose 🙂 I don’t have a sign though – I think I need a sign 🙂
Post # 6
My Fiance and I live in a 600 sq foot condo (oh the joy of Vancouver BC housing prices!!) so I definitely can’t have a room dedicated to planning 🙁
I do have a wedding organizer, so my ‘headquarters’ are my papasan chair in the corner of our living room during football Sundays! Fiance watches the games, and I sit cozy with my laptop and my massive stack of wedding magazines! When I’m not planning, the magazines go back into a bag hidden behind the papasan. It’s a nice little system that works for us 🙂
Post # 7
@MissKayEss: oh my, I love papasan chairs 🙂 we had two of them growing up, and when friends were over we’d tie the frames together and roll inside them around the living room like human-sized hamsters LMAO!
/end of threadjacking haha
@spaneshal: I so wish we had space for this. We’re in a one bedroom at the moment, but if we had an extra room, you can bet I’d be doing the same. Your sign is awesome!! My wedding “corner” is on the side of the couch, I’ve got a craft cart with little drawers and it’s kind of hidden. The couch has recliners, so I just put the foot rest up and I’m all set! Everything else is in a binder right now. As we start collecting things, they’ll probably go in our hall closet – thankfully that thing’s huge.