Post # 1
I havent been a long time member, but it feels great to know that I am not the only one at there. So thank you! Women, need other women’s support.
I have another question I hope you can all help me with. I got engaged almost three months ago now. My wedding isn’t until 2012, but I just want to have it and get done and over with. I’m sick of planning, ( I know its only been three months) i’m ready to be married, and get it over with. Doesn’t anyone else feel like this? Does anyone care about walking down the aisle anymore? I just want a huge party, and to have fun. I’m ”over” the whole wedding planning part. Is something wrong with me? I think its fun, planning other girls weddings. Like my sister just got married, and I did almost everything. I love reading about the blogs, and the amazing things the beehive can do. Mine, I am not excited about. Anyone else feel that way? Like you don’t care about the wedding you just want to get married, so life can move on?
Post # 3
Well im a little diffrent the walk down the isle is the whole reason im doing all my planning and the most important part for me…
Yes dont get me wrong i want a fun reception but even if it bombed no one danced the food was gross it wouldnt matter because at the end of the day its me and FI!
Post # 4
I’m starting to feel that way too that I want the wedding planning to be done. I think because I put so much into it so fast because I wasn’t working and wanted to get a lot done, now that I’m in the waiting to be able to have the money stages…I’m almost in a I don’t care mood I just want our normal life back and not planing anymore. So no your not the only one! But I can’t wait for the actual wedding and for the reception!
Post # 5
I think everyone hits that wall. The details get overwhelming & monotonous at the same time. You have trouble remembering the whole point of the darned thing. Yeah, a lot of people get to that point at some point in planning. You get through it though. Things will get exciting again. Sometimes taking a break from planning is necessary, though!