(Closed) After the wedding: How did you cope with planning withdrawal?

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 4
5295 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 1993

I am still trying to figure that out : We had been dating for over five years at our wedding, engaged for over 2, and knew we wanted to get married, oh probably 6 months into dating. So this wedding has been a part of my life for a long, long time.

I have made a list of all the things I want to do (somewhat short-term), a lot of which were postponed because of the wedding. Things like making our photo album and two for our parents, finishing my poor neglected cross-stitch and starting two more for my best friend and SIL who are both expecting in January. Exploring our city more, organizing and really setting up our apartment. Things like that. Basically, keeping me busy until we get closer to buying a house/having a baby in which I’ll have something new to keep me very occupied!

Post # 5
3314 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I made scrapbook style digital wedding photo albums for both sets of parents.  I’ve started (and finished 2 books already!) a baby/growing up scrapbook style digital photo album of my husband for my Mother-In-Law – I’d be done with the 3rd and last book but I seem to have a gap in pictures, so I’m waiting on that book until I can see if I can scrounge up some more pictures of those years.  I’ve DIY’d several cards.  I took a BUNCH of photos of my cousin’s wedding and have offered (and had accepted!) to do a scrapbook style digital wedding album for her as well (she loved mine!), but I’m currently waiting to see what other pictures she gets back from her friend, and my other cousin, both of whom took pictures.  I still have about 3 wedding forums that I love to read and comment on.

lol It’s been about 10 months since my wedding, and I’m too busy to have withdrawals!!!

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