Post # 1
Every time I have to add someone to my guest list or someone gets in a new relationship I think “Oh, another 100 dollars.”
It’s ridiculous! And the thing I know I shouldn’t think of people this way, and I know I won’t be getting it back in gifts (I know I shouldn’t be thinking of gifts at all- but I know that family of 5 won’t be giving us a 500 dollar gift.)
It just makes me feel like a terrible person.
Post # 4
I used to do that with textbooks–everyday I go to work is a text book for next semester. Now it’s every day I go to work is an extra guest. @[email protected]
Post # 5
I used to think of them as chicken and beef when the RSVPs came in. As in, Oh honey, two more chicken! Yay! Or, Oh no, 2 beef, and we hardly know these people!!!
Post # 6
@accorn: haha. welcome to the world of wedding planning!
Post # 7
@MlleBrielle: I can’t wait to leave the world of wedding planning!
Post # 8
@AprilJo2011: HaHaHa. I’m picturing slabs of chick and beef with suits and dresses on dancing at your wedding.
Post # 9
I have a feeling a lot of brides go through this. I know I sure did. It’s really awful in retrospect, but when it comes down to it, you have to stick to your budget otherwise you may go broke!!
Post # 10
@AprilJo2011: LOL’d at my desk and almost blew my cover. Am supposed to be working – thanks a LOT! :o)
Post # 11
haha! This is great.. I do the same (thinking in terms of money!).. when my Bridesmaid or Best Man and my guy friend broke up, I was like, ‘great, this is gonna cost us $400 bucks instead of $200!’