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 3, 2021
Last weekend I was thoroughly excited to post on Instagram that our new blog would be about invitations and the like… and I typed STATIONARY with an A. Which obviously means ‘not moving’, and which is certainly not how the last few weeks have been. I might have to start wearing a sports bra if wedding planning keeps us this busy.
When talking of stationery you use an E for Envelope. Thank you to an old school friend, Gary McCreadie for pointing out my mistake (that’s a ‘friend of old’ Gary, not calling you old!). I should also learn not to say I’m going to release a blog when I haven’t even written it, because then inevitably something comes up and I have to wait 24 hours for the story to delete and for people to forget I was due to release a blog. Thankfully if you follow Hunsnet, which I highly recommend, there’s plenty of content featuring Lisa Scott Lee (my idol) to cause enough of a distraction.
Countdown update: 300 days to go!
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