So I’m trying to get back to getting this all more regular. My sweet blog! Oh how I love it and I love you all for hanging in there with me. So I got engaged in June. One of the best days of my life.
So with that comes wedding planning. I talked a little bit about the one wedding show I attended and it was a good time. Link to that adventure here.
I don’t want to overwhelm with wedding details and other wedding shenanigans but I thought there maybe some friends and readers that could be interested so I thought I could share maybe once a week or so. So here goes nothing.
My first observation about wedding planning is that while pinterest is good it is also evil! You get so many ideas and before you know it. Your entire wedding board is full. And how do you know what you are supposed to do and how to do it and who should be involved?
Well before I get into all of that fun stuff…my future mother in law had a celerabration for us.
How those are the only pictures from that event, I do not know. But it was a wonderful time with our parents and my son. We are very lucky that as a family we just make one big happy one and we don’t make a distinction between Todd’s family and my family. It is all our family and it’s so awesome. Trust me it’s a feeling that I will forever be grateful for.
My mother gave us our first gift’s on this day.
This book along with the Emily Post Planner. Which those that know me well, will not find this as a surprise at all. I have an inclination toward all things proper and old fashioned you might say. I’m not saying I’m always proper by any means, but I do have a fondness for an old fashioned and often forgotten lifestyle.
The planner is going to have a post all on its own so I assure you that you will see plenty of it sooner rather than later. But if you find yourself wondering, who is supposed to pay for what and how do I not invite that person and do I really have to register for that…check out this book. I assure you that yes common sense in most cases will rule out but I have found in my very long 35 years that everyone’s definition of common sense is just a little bit different.
Until next time!