(Closed) Looking past the little details, to what really matters…

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
185 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I completely understand where you are coming from!! I accidentally referred to “this stupid wedding” the other day when talking with my honey – and needless to say, made him feel horrible. It’s easy to get caught up in the details of everything and begin regretting every decision you’ve locked yourself into. It seems like you’re going through normal pre-wedding jitters. You put in a TON of work and heart into planning your big day, so of course you’re going to second-guess things. No matter how perfectly all of the little details come together on your day, it’s going to be 100% representative of your love and your relationship. At the end of the day you’ll have yourself a husband, amazing pictures (come rain, shine, or decor mishaps), and wonderful memories. 

Maybe one day you’ll even be able to look back at pictures and laugh about the hideous carpet 🙂

I can’t give you much advice, since I am in the same boat with my annoying Type A personality and tendency to find flaws in every plan, but I hope I can make you feel a little better knowing that you’re not alone in how you feel! And your day will be BEAUTIFUL!!! Maybe it won’t be featured on theknot.com (I hear they’re a little snobbish) but blogs and the “wedding” won’t matter as much as your marriage on your 50th anniversary 🙂

With only 13 days to go (yay, you!!) take some time to do anything BUT wedding planning. Giving yourself some fun or relaxing time for you (and maybe your future hubby) may be the best wedding gift you can give yourself. Good luck!!

Post # 4
163 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Don’t fret! Every bride wants their day to be PERFECT! With all the work it sounds like you’ve put into planning, I have no doubt everything will be beautiful.  Congrats! 🙂

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