It’s been 100 days since I said yes to the love of my life. That’s 100 days of NOT planning a wedding! I’ve been up to my eyeballs with work and have only really just had some time to look at venues and date possibilities. I considered hiring a planner (and would still hire one) but for the time being I’m going to organise as much as I can.
The real question, is will I blog my wedding planning adventure? Let’s say yes for now… I will update as often as possible. I don’t know who reads this but whatever, it’s a good outlet for me because no doubt planning a wedding is going to be very frustrating.
So far, I have a list of venues to enquire about and then organise visits for. G and I have decided to look at venues down south in Jervis Bay – a place which I have grown very fond of since he took me there for my birthday the first year we started dating. We’re hoping to head back down there at the end of the year for Christmas and New Years and squeeze in visits with potential venues. I guess you could class our wedding as a destination wedding. That means we’ll need to look at a venue that also includes accommodation – for some, if not all our guests.
I have a Pinterest board for all things wedding related, because as someone said today – are you even a bride if you don’t have a wedding Pinterest board? Of course everything is organised into subcategories because I’m a little OCD like that. So while I haven’t been planning too much, I have been pinning things that I like or feel inspired by.
As I research venues and vendors and pin a million things to my Pinterest board, I’m also preparing for my birthday (yay!) though I don’t have too much planned. A dinner with G, a high tea date with N and of course Diner en Blanc because my birthday wouldn’t be complete if I don’t go. Hahaha!
It’s been a slow start to the planning stage and even though we may not get married until 2021, I want to be prepared. Those that know me, know that I like to be as organised as much as possible. Time will definitely fly and before I know it, it’ll be time for a wedding!
So for now, I leave on an end note. If you have any tips, tricks, advise or suggestions on how to plan, what to look out for and also how to stay calm, please feel free to leave a comment!