I am two months and sixteen days away from walking down the aisle. Just when I think I am done with most of the planning I remember all of the small things that are left to do. I have officially booked my location and all of my vendors (you think that would be it, right?). I am very grateful to have a great team of vendors and venue that are amazing at what they do. I am unbelievably blessed to have parents and a fiancé that are making my wedding dreams come true. It’s hard not to get caught up in everything going on in your life, but don’t forget the people that support you the most and help you throughout your wedding process. Thanks Mom and Dad!
I have been trying to think of things to decorate the venue with, but it’s difficult to make decisions when there are so many cute ideas out there (Pinterest anyone?). I think I have had a bit of trouble matching things to my theme, only because I like it all. Seriously, why can’t there be more life events that involve a huge glamorous party?
I have yet to find a bilingual officiant for my wedding. I know, I know, I am missing a key ingredient to the most important part of the whole wedding day, the ceremony. Where does one find a bilingual officiant around the Hill Country?
I have a bridal shower, a couples shower, and my bachelorette party coming up and I could not be more excited. Adam and I had a long engagement and I feel like it was one of the best decisions we made. I had plenty of time to enjoy my engagement, plan the wedding, and now I can enjoy the fun parties being thrown in our honor.
I am going to be a wife soon! I know I have been working up to this for a little over a year now, but it feels so real now. How will things change? How will it remain the same? I will have new responsibilities and so many changes will take place. I know the advice to the bride and groom are a bit cheesy, but I really like the idea of it, especially with all the changes taking place in our lives. Thus, we will be having advice cards at our wedding. We are currently searching for a house in the city, which is very exciting. As soon as I am done with the wedding details I will begin to work on house details. Planning never stops, huh?