(Closed) Completely lost all interest in planning

posted 10 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
50 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@youhavemyheart: Just came to give u an e-hug. Im sorry so much is going on. Life events remind me daily that while it may be an important day… its still only one day. Hugs to you and you FDH.

Post # 4
6995 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

Deep Breaths! you are still so far away, you have more than enough time to get things done. i literally had to take a month break from planning i was going mad. In the beginning i really took into consideration a small wedding, just immediate family but i think had i followed through with it i would look back and regret not celebrating with my extended family and friends.

If you have made your decision on venues just book them! that def helps get the ball rolling with planning, once you have some things locked down other things fall into place.

I highly suggest marrying in the catholic church if that is something you and Fiance are passionate about. I am marrying a man who comes from a very catholic family and though i grew up catholic it intimidated me to no end because we just didnt practice like his family did. we still havent made the effort to go to chruch every sunday but it something we plan on doing in our future. that being said we have done our pre cana class and had a few meetings with the priest and i was axious for nothing! i actually enjoy it so much! its such a great experience to go through with your Fiance and i think it really has made our relationship stronger 🙂

Also, just dont worry about it so much, have fun with planning. I just want people to have a good time, and it to look nice… im not (too) concerned with the little details, if my flowers are a little deeper red than i expected…oh well

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