I know you are probably sick of hearing COVID-19, right? It is all we have been hearing since the beginning of 2020. For those getting married in 2020, it was supposed to be a year of excitement and happiness and shortly after the New Year our world changed, and plans to celebrate a monumental moment with your closest family and friends became something that was bigger stressful than anyone imagined.
The countdown to your wedding is FINALLY in single digits. I know you’re excited, and then inside freaking out a bit. Did you get everything you needed to? You know you will forget something important! The week before your wedding should be stress-free and relaxing so take a breath and read on for some of my tips for success in the days/week before your wedding.
While weddings are a time of joy and love, when it comes to the actual day, it can be very sad for some as they may not have everyone they wish there with them. Today I want to offer a few ways to honor and remember lost loved ones on your wedding day.
You’re getting married and you have spent hours planning and have it all set for the big day. Now you start thinking about who will be there that day to make it all actually work so you can relax and soak in every second of your wedding day. This is when your mind turns to find a (dun dun dun) …..Day-Of Coordinator.
It’s the week of your wedding, everyone is booked, your dress is clean and pressed, and you are starting to feel the butterflies inside. Then you pull out your phone, open up the weather app, and…..dun dun dun…..rain! You see those raindrops showing on the same day your beautiful outdoor wedding is supposed to happen.