You just said YES to marrying your best friend, and DAMMIT it feels so good!
Since you’ve announced it, you're noticing a lot more wedding content coming up in your feed. Showing you ALL the possibilities, the flowers, the clear chairs, and the endless amount of happy couples smiling so hard it hurts.
And before you start saving, liking, pinning, all the things, I want you to take some time to brain dump (write down) all of the ideas you have (don’t do any research just yet). Just ideas you’ve already had, things you’ve experienced at other weddings, or traditions that are meaningful to you. How do you want to feel, what do you want to see, experience, smell and taste. What is the most important part of the day for you?
Then, I want you two to come together, grab a bottle of wine, or make a pot of coffee and swap these pages. Allow your partner to go on this short little journey through your mind. See what you have in common, take some mental notes on what they may have written differently. Now enjoy those beverages, tuck those notes away, and as you plan, frequently revisit a new bottle of wine, or a fresh pot of joe, and check in with those notes. Are your plans aligning with what you’ve written down? These notes are your guide, little reminders to not get caught up in all the wedding hype. Every time you book a vendor, choose a decor item, location, music, or set your agenda for the day, ask yourself, does this align with our original vision?
Remember those notes? Where did photography land in the list of vendors you prioritized? I truly try my best to work within all budgets, but this is an investment in art for your walls, memories for future generations, and images you get to re visit over and over again.
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