- 5 years ago
- Wedding: July 2013
I don’t know if that makes sense.
This isn’t really a question. I just wanted to share. Basically, our wedding planning has been stress free. A lot of people, including me, are surpised because we’re having it overseas. And it’s not exactly an intimate wedding. Our guest list is in the 200’s (we have a lot of family). Since it’s overseas, we’ve been planning the wedding long distance. Our family and friends there have been very supportive and helpful in overseeing things for us. We did fly there last year to do the stuff that need or physical presence but other than that, everything is being done via emails and skype.
To top that, we’re having a courthouse wedding next month. After the simple ceremony, we’re planning for a mini reception with friends who won’t be able to make to our church wedding.
And as if that’s not enough, my parents gave us a house as a gift. I’ll be done by end of May and I’ll be moving in by June.
With all of that happening, I don’t really feel stressed with the planning. I’ve read/heard a lot of stressful planning experiences and I don’t seem to be experiencing any of that. My cousin got married last year and I volunteered to help her with the preps. I was more stressed for that than I am now.
That got me thinking, what if we were forgetting something or what if things go wrong as the date nears. Or worse, what if things go wrong ont he date itself?! And now I’m kinda paranoid about it.