Couple SURVIVES after being chained together for 200 days!
“Do you have cold feet?”
“Do I have cold feet? What do you mean?”
“Are you getting nervous about getting married?”
I’ve been getting this question quite a bit lately. Engaged couples should be asked happy questions. Like . . . Are you excited about your big day? Asking someone if they have cold feet, sounds . . . negative . . . right? Why do we ask this question? How do you answer?
Here ye Here ye: I can happily say that most of the bigger expenses for our wedding have been handled! YAY As of late, Daniel and I have been visiting DIY Wedding Ideas to save us money on our overall wedding budget. I can’t believe our wedding is a little over 5 months away! Actually its 165 Days, 5 hours and 3 minutes until I skip down the aisle, but who’s counting. Have you tried any DIY projects to save money?
Who do you know that does weddings? Your first instinct is to go to the internet and search for wedding venues, but who do you know personally that does weddings? Do you have a friend that bakes on the side and is trying to grow a business? Do you have a friend that DJs parties and events? Do you know someone who recently used a limousine service? Are the wheels turning? Are people coming to mind that you can hire for your wedding day?
You’ve gotten engaged! Congratulations! If you’ve already figured out what to do next then you’re ahead of the curve! If not, you’re thinking I’m engaged, now what? You’re not alone. I had the same questions but Daniel and I were ahead of the game. We started planning before he proposed. We started off
To start your wedding planning you must have your wedding day vision in mind. If you’re not sure what your wedding vision should include check out I’m engaged! Now what? for ideas. Your wedding day vision will give you the blueprint and checklist for what you’ll need for your big day. Take a moment to jot down