Post # 1
I planned my entire 85 person wedding myself. Made every appt, picked every detail, flowers, favor, accessorie, etc (with some help from fiance HAHA) and I have LOVED every minute. Wedding is two weeks away from this Sunday, and I just relaized everything is now done and I have nothing left to do except have my final fitting next Friday and have my hair trial that same day (bc my orignal hair person cancelled) and I wish there was more but there’s not LOL
Wedding planning is so fun! Im going to miss it.
Post # 2
- Wedding: September 2017 - Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Anyone else? >>> Hell.No. 😅 I don’t miss a thing about wedding planning and was happy to see the day end. The honeymoon vacation however I do miss so currently planning another trip for April.
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
futremrswhite17 : My wedding planning was stressful and filled with anxiety attacks! LOL…. so I don’t miss it per say, but I kind of do miss some of the fun DIY and such… why do you think there are so many of us married bees still on here? 🙂
Post # 4
I do NOT miss the planning but I miss the actual day more than I thought I would.
Post # 5
Like another poster said, I miss the honeymoon 😊 And the feeling of being a newlywed! We planned our ~140 person wedding in six months and it was exhausting!
Post # 6
I loved wedding planning! We had about 15 months from engagement to wedding day, so there was plenty of time to plan all the little details. I enjoy crafts, fashion, decorations, and party planning in general, so my wedding was a dream to design! I do miss it now and daydream about planning with a different color scheme or theme 🙂 Maybe I’ll have a second career as a wedding planner!
Post # 7
I was so relieved when the wedding was over because I was tired of wedding planning. We planned an elopement ceremony in 3 months. I just wanted to get it over with and stop worrying about wedding details.
On the other hand, our minimoon was way too short. I would have loved to have extended the honeymoon. It seems like all trips after that are just trips. There is only one honeymoon.
Post # 8
futremrswhite17 : It is a slight void once everything is done, especially after the honeymoon. But you’ll have some new and special things to experience with being a newlywed. 🙂
Post # 9
Yes!!! I have 16 days left. I will have so much free time. Ahhh.
Post # 10
I will not miss wedding planning. I’m super excited for the wedding, but wedding planning has been awful.
Post # 11
futremrswhite17 : I got married 9/23/17 and I’ll miss it because we did it very quickly (engaged 6/24/17) so my now husband (!!!!) was very involved and super helpful and we tackled it as a team. So it was kinda nice to have random meetings and projects and little decisions to ask his opinion, in that respect I kinda miss it as a couple’s hobby. Lol.
I will NOT miss spending money every stinkin day on silly stuff and dealing with family drama. Plus I had a lot of unnecessary anxiety expecting things to go wrong (nothing did!) so I’m sorta glad to not have a huge important event looming.
I also absolutely lovelovelovelovelove being just plain old MARRIED. On our last day of our minimoon in Mexico, I was kinda itching to be back home and unpack and just get back to our normal routine. I’m not used to being dressed up everyday and all this attention paid to me so between engagement, wedding & honeymoon – I’m happy to not have anyone fussing or doting on me. And I get really stoked when I’m called by my new last name or when I get to refer to him as my husband 🙂
And ya know what’s SO weird? we hated the idea of registering but last night I made our first homemade meal as a married couple and got to use some of our new wedding gifts – kitchen tools (cheese grater! kitchen towels! espresso cups!) – and was so stupidly excited about it. A lot of stuff we’re putting in storage until we move to our next house but dude, those expensive cheese graters? amazing!
Post # 12
I was very happy to see the back of it! I felt strange for a while – not having to organise anything – but that was a relief in the long run!
Enjoy your wedding!