Post # 1
Happy New Year!
Have any of you had a difficult time making a decision about your wedding?
Have you been really indecisive in one area? Which decision did you struggle with the most?
For me, most decisions were pretty easy to make. However, I have struggled with centerpieces…I must have changed my mind 100 times!! Have any of you gone through something similar??
Lets share! Maybe we can help eachother!
Post # 3
I was just getting ready to say the centerpieces. I just keep feeling like anything we do isn’t going to be good enough. I think I need to stop watching ‘My Fair Wedding,’ lol.
Post # 4
I struggled mostly with to do or not to do certain things, like chair covers, aisle runners and more. We did have quite a bit of indecisiveness on our entree selections, so that’s what I actually voted for.
Post # 5
Definetly the location. I wanted and found a beautiful estate with gorgeous gardens with a marquee but I couldn’t sleep at the amount it would cost or the amount of work involved if I tried to save money and do it myself so we then decided on somewhere else. It was hard finding something we liked.
Post # 6
@jo.lee: Haha! David Tutera does some AMAZING things with flowers and centerpieces on “My Fair Wedding.” I have a love/hate relationship with that show! 🙂
I have a second appointment with a florist on Thursday. I am hoping to FINALLY make up my mind after the appointment!
Post # 7
Definitely the music! Trying to decide which ceremony songs, processional, recessional, first dance and all the dance tunes. That was the most stressful for us!
Post # 8
@Jenn23: Oh man, I haven’t even gotten that far yet with music! I have a couple of songs in mind for our first dance. I haven’t even put much thought towards the ceremony songs though!
I struggled a little bit with finding a band. But once I found the one, the decision was easy. Now I am super excited about my band! It just took a while to find them! 🙂
Post # 9
I said dress because it has been a pain in my back side but the date is also a big problem because I don’t have an exact one yet due to Marine Corp uncertainties.
Post # 10
You should have an option on that poll as ‘Saying YES to your SO”. I’m only saying this to be funny, because my single sister (boy crazy and huge party animal) tells me the other day :”I can’t believe you stressed out over making a decision on which dress to choose. If I were you I’d be stressed about saying YES to being with the SAME guy for the rest of my life”
Post # 11
@Topolino: I don’t know why that was the most difficult part for us. I guess we just had trouble deciding music! But, this thread takes me back to January one Saturday night when my husband and I spent two hours trying to decide which processional song we liked best. (I’m sure he didn’t care as much as I did, but he seemed interested enough! LOL) He would play the songs I liked on the computer and I would hold an imaginery bouquet and walk from our living room to the kitchen to each song. LOL That was one of my favorite planning moments. (Although it was stressful because I really wanted the ‘right’ song) Then for our recessional, we would kiss and he would push the play button to see how we liked the song. We went with U2’s Beautiful Day right as we kissed. 🙂 Have fun selecting!
Post # 12
the date. I;m not sure if I would like a fall or spring wedding. FI doesn’t care. I love both seasons .
Post # 13
I lost sleep over choosing a photographer.
Post # 14
For us it was our BUDGET and LOCATION battling it out!
Luckily we opt’d for the DOUBLE DISCOUNT!
DECEMBER & SUNDAY!
But it was worth it because we are getting our dreamy venue and a great DEAL!
Best of Luck Bees!
Post # 15
I voted “nothing’ because I haven’t really struggled between ideas.
Pretty much everything has been chosen by price, “what is the cheapest I can get that looks decent?”.
Post # 16
I’ve been unofficially planning things for months and we have been going back and forth on the date. Now that it’s official (Hooray!), we have to buckle down and pick a date, but our school/work schedules are getting in the way of what we really want.