(Closed) How to let go of what we really wanted in order to focus on what it realistic?

posted 5 years ago in Venue
Post # 3
682 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I guess you can realize that it could be worse. With such a large guest list, it is impossible to spend time with each of your guests the way you would like.

I know you don’t want a very small wedding, so sometimes you have make sacrifices. There are pros and cons with any decision.

Couples have weddings all the time without having a whole weekend to celebrate. Be thankful that you even have the budget for such a large celebration.

My husband and I had NO MONEY when we got married and my parents wanted to give me a wedding that had nothing to do with our wishes. We eloped. It wasn’t what either of us wanted but we were itchy to be each other’s spouses.

I’m telling you my story to help you put things in perspective and appreciate just how lucky you are.

Post # 4
7693 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

@KDOS:  I don’t know entirely what you had in mind, but I don’t think it is necessarily something that can’t be done.  I have a couple of ideas, I guess I will send you a PM.

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