I'm nearly one month out from what I'm assured will be the greatest day of my life. But given the past two months, I'm wondering if that's merely a comparative statement people use to explain the differential between the horrendous lead up and the sweet, sweet relief of the "It's Over" moment.
I love my wife very much. That is the ultimate basis for why we men do the things we do when planning a wedding ceremony, and why it isn't always the most expensive weddings that end up being the most special or memorable.
When I went to my vendors and friends I would present my "brief." I would say "think vintage, 1950's, 4th of July, fancy, family picnic; parasols, grassy, happy, warm, swingy. The colors are watermelon, kiwi and sunflower yellow."
This cheeky and sensible primer for the DIYer will put you on the right track for celebrating your Big Day. Read on for tips on how to handle stress, figure out how much to spend, manage your guest list and more.