Wedding Planning Is No Joke

When Ted and I first started planning our special day, it seemed like such a far off, distant event that I didn't think I'd ever stress about it. It's a different story now that it's three weeks away and I would be lying if I said I wasn't a bit overwhelmed. Ted and I have been working so incredibly hard to make this day special. We both have a tendency to want to make this day about everyone else. We want to make sure that everyone loves the music and food, that the wedding party has fun and that the trip to Chicago is worth it for all of my family. On top of this, almost every detail of this wedding we've done ourselves. I wanted to pour love into this event because I love this man so much. But I never realized just how many aspects to a wedding there really, who thought all of this up? 

But I am determined to make the most of this time. I feel so blessed to be able to have such a beautiful wedding. I cannot wait to move into our little home and start our family. Our honeymoon will be paradise. And no matter what, our wedding day will be magical because we will be husband and wife at the end of it. So bring on the wedding day catastrophes people always talk about. We're tough and our love is tougher. 

A catastrophe-free wedding would be great though ;)