Post # 1
So July bees, it is almost Christmas. Which means in a short time it will be New Years. And after that our weddings! Ok, so maybe there is this 7 month period in between the two, but I have a feeling that the time is going to fly by! I have taken this into account by kicking it into high gear on all wedding related projects. Who says you can’t have invitations done 7 months before the wedding anyway?
Is anyone else feeling their wedding looming close in the distance and hightailed into any projects?
Post # 3
GOODNESS! I’m a month later and I feel like I have TONS of time. PLEASE don’t let it go by fast cause I have lots to do! LOL!!!!!
Post # 4
@DCSquared: Haha, I didn’t mean to scare you! Everyone has been telling us though, “just wait until the new year rolls around, your wedding will be here before you know it!”
Post # 5
I am for sure! We are planning from about 7 hours away and when we go home for Christmas, we have about 8 appointments to get all of our details tied up. I have a TON to DIY too, but plan on asking for lots of help! Hopefully it all gets done with minimal amounts of stress!! YAY JULY!
Post # 6
@peaches1038: I hear ya with all the DIY things that need to be done! We are in the same boat!
Post # 7
@upstatebroad: and mean while I’ve been saying…just let the holidays pass by and THEN start the for real planning! LOL!!!!!!!! OH BOY!!!!
Post # 8
I know! It’s pretty intense- I’m working on invites right now, we have part of our favors down, I have my dress, shoes and veil, and I’m DIYing my ass off, lol. Still so much to do!
Post # 9
ahhh! i know, right? i just want to have everything in line already
so freaking exciting!
Post # 10
I just started working on the inner envelopes for the invites, so I know this DIY business will take a while lol. I really need to sit down and make a comprehensive list of what I need to do and develop timelines for all those things. The biggest thing I want to do this week is order the paper for my invitations.
Post # 11
We’re definitely kicking our planning into higher gear now, and I love checking things off my to-do list. 🙂
Post # 12
I have finally put my DIY ideas in a list on ONE page (spread out over many planning pages it doesn’t seem that bad, right?) but one after another, I have clued in to stop adding DIY ideas. List them, list what needs to be done and my timeline for tackling them!
So exciting, time is going to fly!!