“I’m getting married on 56th September 2084* and I think I’m nearly sorted is there anything I forgot?”
Congratulations on getting married.
Also, congratulations on being so organised – that’s an impressive list.
Rather than throw a bunch of wedding services at you, I’d recommend you have a quick mental run-through of your day.
Put on some calming music and gaffa tape up the kids, fiance and dog for half an hour or so and visualise your day.
Look at it from different angles, remembering what you’ve booked already. Do it a few times, so you get a real sense of the day.
If you really take the time to do this, you’ll know if you’re missing something.
- Do you notice any gaps, or have any niggling worries about certain parts of the day?
- If something doesn’t feel right, think WHY.
- What is it missing?
- What could you do to make it happen?
Don’t start with “what services are there?” because that opens up a whole can of anxiety, as you worry about whether you’ve made good choices or not.
Every wedding is different. Start with how YOU want YOUR whole day to FEEL.
It’s an experience, not a tick box exercise.
Oh, and if you need a fabulous wedding magician to get your guests laughing and having a fabulous time, so you can sit back and enjoy the photo shoot, call me.
(I’m allowed one blatantly obvious plug per useful post, right?)
* Probably not her real wedding date.
** Definitely not her real name.