Post # 1
I’m having such a hard time deciding on ANYthing for my wedding! I’m about to order 7 pairs of shoes from Zappos to try on (and I already have 2 “possibles” in shoe boxes in my closet), there’s like 5 stores I want to register at which all have countless things I can’t decide between, and now I’m all nervous about whether I should have my hair up or down. It’s like 4 1/2 months away and I’m an indecisive mess. Any advice?
Post # 3
first, focus on one thing at a time! that way your head isn’t all jumbled trying to decide between 5 million different, unrelated things.
second, post pics and ask the hive’s opinion!
Post # 4
im very indecisive as well but you HAVE to make some decisions. i would suggest not ordering 7 pairs of shoes! that makes your decision 7 times more difficult than it needs to be. you still have so much time, i have pretty much planned my wedding in 5 months.. 51 days left! woo hoo. and i still have so much to do. i think i have finally come the realization that i just dont care too much about the little things, as long as my guests have a good time and its looks pretty enough im ok. i just want to be married! 🙂 so my advice, just lock some stuff down, one at a time…make a list and cross stuff off.
Post # 5
Just breathe deeply and remember that not everything has to be exactly perfect! You will definitely have other times in your life where you can get dressed and wear your hair up/down (whichever you don’t decide on!), and there will be other occasions for awesome shoes.
When it comes to deciding on specific items, I would line them up and decide if you like A or B better, then compare the winner to C, and just move down the line. You should also probably stop buying/looking at shoes, the less you have to choose from the better! 🙂
Post # 6
I was kind of like this too. Maybe make a list of all the decisions you have to make (where to register, how to wear hair, shoes, etc.), and then just start going down the list methodically, with the idea that the you can’t move onto the next thing until you’ve decided on the thing above it. Once you make a decision, cross that item off and don’t think about other options anymore–just stick to the decision you made. You don’t have to be 100% strict about it, of course, but it might help a bit!