I have decided to start this blog 18 days after saying yes to my new fiancé and 4 hours after leaving my first ever wedding fair.
I have been planning my wedding since the age of 12. Side note, I should have known aged 12 that if I was planning the ideal length of a bride’s train then a bride probably wasn’t going to be who I met at the altar. But in the short 18 days I’ve spent on this side of a proposal I have found that the wedding business caters to the bride first and foremost, sometimes exclusively.
So what does a groom do in preparation for his promise to his groom? The next step of our chapter will either give us the answer to this question or I’ll have to answer it for myself.
PUBLISHED ON October 31, 2021
Countdown update: 272 days to go!
Some people might be thinking “my god they’re organised”… meanwhile I’m panicking that it’s almost November… I’m appearing in Panto all Christmas so it’ll be January before we know it… then once we shaken off the winter colds we’ll have the Easter Bunny, April Showers, May Bank Holidays, June Whitfield and it’s time for a July wedding already!
I’ve blogged about groomsmaid dresses at length before (sorry, and congrats if you made it to the end of those posts in one sitting without vodka or a power nap). Well they no longer exist as a superimposed digital fantasy of Sage and Hemsworth (Liam H featured in the mock-ups, see previous blogs if you have time to kill)… no, some of the groomsmaids’ dresses exist in my mum’s spare room wardrobe now too.
It’s all well and good planning you want mismatched dresses hypothetically, but what if you actually don’t like them in the flesh? This worry had the Groomzilla in me twitching with nerves that we’d get too close to the big day and would hate the mismatched theme and have to search for a new idea with two weeks to go and lose all our hair and have to live in a big blue IKEA bag. Ok so maybe not quite that nervous, but still, I wanted to feel secure in our decisions long before it became a panic that we hadn’t made any.
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