It Has Begun

Over the past two years, something has been looming in the back of my mind. Something that will start a new chapter in my life and something that I will have to plan for months on end. After two years of being engaged, my fiance and I are finally getting married on February 14th, 2016.

I didn’t start sooner because other priorities got in the way such as school, getting a job, moving and getting our finances in order. But with the date approaching, I have to start planning.

I’ve tried several times to start planning, but I kept feeling overwhelmed and stressed because I am concerned that our finances will not line up. I had plans then switched the plans and switched them again. Until this Saturday, my mother was looking up venues and showed me this conservatory. A giant green house filled with greenery. I always wanted an outdoor wedding, but I also wanted to get married in February in the middle of winter. So, could this be a perfect compromise?

I was looking at the event section of the conservatory’s website and I saw this room.


I’m totally getting married here. Once I saw this, everything opened up. My mind cleared. I went the next day to check it out and I put a deposit down on it yesterday morning.

Planning a wedding still overwhelms me and I haven’t been sleeping good the past few nights. I have so much on my brain and I’m thinking about everything that I can’t fall asleep. I will have to do something about that.

So, it has begun. I already have the date, time, guest list, ceremony venue and support. I can’t wait to start the rest of the list!

Any tips on how to sleep  during wedding planning?

2 thoughts on “It Has Begun”

  1. Planning your wedding should be fun. If you are stressed you are not doing it right. Cut out whatever stresses you out. And don’t forget to delegate.

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