I feel in just one year of being a bride to be, I have learnt so much more about how it feels to plan a wedding. Budgeting, finding suppliers, juggling dates are all of the things I could never really relate to before but I feel like I am beginning to get an idea. Don’t get me wrong I am as equally excited about it all and I know that when we have finally ironed out the boring stuff like ‘money’, I will be in my element but until then all I can do is let you know my ‘feelings’ so far and there are oh so many ‘feels’. Here it goes…
1. Time really does fly!
I cannot believe it has been nearly one whole year since we got engaged! Seriously where has that time gone, it’s like I blinked and it went from being June 2015 to June 2016?
Surprisingly, we both said we didn’t want a long engagement, Mr T wanted to be married within a year and I tried to be a little more realistic with 18 months but it’s looking unlikely. So don’t go buying your hats just yet as it could be a 2018 wedding and even that will take some serious planning.
2. I have commitment issues
The only thing I am 100% sure on, in this whole wedding planning saga is that I want to be married to Mr T, everything else is totally up in the air. One minute I want to get married here, surrounded by family and friends, the next I want to elope. I have gone from wanting to get married in a zoo, to the beach to a field. And I have gone from never in a million years would I cater my own wedding to I definitely want to test out my own culinary skills! Yup, I think I’ve gone crazy! Why can’t I decide on just one thing!
3. Money doesn’t grow on trees
We always knew our wedding would be on a budget as neither of us could justify spending thousands and thousands when saving for our own house and paying for extra IVF treatment are the highest priorities on our list, but even on a budget, this whole wedding thing is expensive! I thought I was pretty clued up on all the costs but it turns out I had them seriously underestimated which means it’s going to take us a little longer than we expected to save up.Details