There were truthfully some moments where I felt convinced that we wouldn’t be able to find a wedding venue that made everyone happy. But last week we booked our venue! Here are tips I wish I’d known.
I took my first step towards a minimal wardrobe, less decision fatigue and letting go of my go-to defense by taking an inventory of my closet as it currently stands.
My mom and I spoke about how we admittedly felt a bit blue about a Christmas so different than what we were used to. But we decided to look at this year’s break from tradition as an opportunity rather than a disappointment.
This may sound crazy, but I have a strategy for my wedding Pinterest boards. I don’t want to spend money on a wedding planner and Pinterest has been the best way to stay organized, get inspiration and narrow down my ideas.
In my imaginary world, the budget was endless, I could force weather patterns and there was no global pandemic. But here in the reality of 2020, there are actual limitations.
I saw capsule closets as aspirational and sophisticated, but I was skeptical at first about feasibility. But decision fatigue has led me to begin working towards one.
All love stores have one thing in common that make us swoon: they have a happy ending. Here’s the start of my story with Stephen.
Thanks for taking the time to click to my website. I figured a good way to start off is sharing a bit about me.