Road to The Wedding// Day 1

Okay, so for today’s post I wanted to start my documentation of planning for my wedding and any other wedding related thoughts . The original plan, when my fiancé and I first sat down to talk about the rough details, was that we were going to get married in Vegas and more than likely spend our honeymoon there as well. This was sounding pretty good until we thought about the kids. And flying them out to Vegas then having to have someone else there to watch them was just impractical. So back to the drawing board we went. 

I’ve never wanted your “traditional ” wedding. Honestly, I’m not even sure if I want to wear a traditional wedding dress or not. The only thing that matters to me is that I want to marry the love of my life with our amazing kids right there. I want this day to be intimate. I’d also like our parents and his sister to be in attendance, but as far as the huge invite everyone even people you haven’t seen in years wedding, that’s not what I want. So I guess first things first as the wedding won’t be until 2018, we need to pick the season and narrow down a day. I can’t wait to pick out a planner for all things wedding related! I’ve dreamed of my wedding my whole life. It’s funny that now I’m actually getting married, I don’t know exactly what I want anymore.

If any of you lovelies have planned your wedding or just have tips for planning and what to get ready for let me know!

Thank you for viewing! xx

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11 Comments

    1. Thank you so much! I’ll definitely try to stay strong! Watching wedding shows I can see how hard it is to keep your eyes on what’s important to you! Thank you so much for the advice! xx

  1. My husband and I didn’t plan much we honestly just threw it together but it still turned out to be beautiful, as long as your main focus is him you will be happy regardless but I know it can be stressful so I hope things go well! -JustRere

  2. Good luck with the wedding planning! It can be such a stressful time! Just keep in mind that it’s your wedding and you should do what you both want. Sometimes you might find a family member or in-law trying to sway you to do something they want. It’s fine to have help and take suggestions, but just make sure it’s what you want and feel comfortable with. It’s your day and about the two of you. As long as it’s what you both like and agree on, you should have fun and enjoy it! It goes so fast!! 😊💕💜

  3. Hi! Congratulations on the engagement! I’m currently planning my wedding too and I can tell you it’s not easy. I did not hire a planner, doing everything myself. My advice is to do whatever you’re happy with and be cool. Don’t become bridezilla. Also, remember the marriage is more important than the wedding itself. Recently posted a few tips about that if interested: http://misscoilyhair.com/10-things-to-do-after-you-get-engaged/
    Happy holidays to you and your family!

    1. Thank you so much! I will definitely be looking into your post! Congratulations as well on your big day! Happy Holidays to you and yours as well ❤️🎁

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