Post # 1
I think I’m going to print it to read before I walk down the aisle 🙂 Everyone says its passes so quick, which I know from the wedding planning process so far, that it does!!
Take time to be in the moment. Planning a wedding usually takes a year or two, yet it seems like it passes by in the blink of an eye. Remember throughout the process to take time to enjoy each step. Savor the food tastings, enjoy viewing different venues, and, above all else, what girl wouldn’t enjoy shopping for the gown. The same should be applied to your wedding day. Remember to breathe and take in each moment. As the doors of the church open up and you and your fiancé see each other for the first time, pause and take in this moment. Look to your family and loved ones who have gathered to celebrate your wedding. Think about the new life you are starting. Now, walk.
Post # 5
very good advice!! I liked how Jim and Pam (in the office) remembered to take “mental pictures” because they day flies by so fast. I just wish I would have rememebered to do that 😉
Post # 6
@MrsNerdy: HAHAH! Loved how they did that – might just have to do that 😉
Post # 7
@canadianplum: oh man just reading this made me cry :/ ugh lol
Post # 8
Awww. Thank you for sharing!!!
Post # 9
awe thanks for sharing… i will need to read this over a few times to remind myself!
Post # 10
‘I hate this whole thing!!’ has come out of my mouth entirely too many times for such a lovely & positive event.
Post # 11
I just wanted to say that I did read this before I walked down the aisle and I can honestly say I took in every moment. I watched my husbands face and glanced to my guests who came to celebrate, taking time to look at as many as I could. My Dad even said to me, “slow down, take it all in” and I’ll never forget that, we really did slow it down a notch. During the reception my husband and I took a moment stood at the back of the room and just watched everyone having fun and just stood alone and watched and took it all in. Its a moment we will always have, a moment to appreciate having all your friends and family together. It was perfect.