- What are your colors. OMG girl, what is your theme?
- Am I gonna be a Brides Maid? I mean, you were in MY wedding.
- Where’s the wedding? I hope I don’t have to fly out there.
- What style dress do you want? You know you can’t wear strapless!
- What is the date? You know my son is due in September so that is OFF limits!
- What color linens? I know this lady that rents them really cheap!
- Letterpress, calligraphy, or printed invitations?
Chances are you haven’t even had 2 seconds to enjoy your new relationship status and you’re too busy admiring the new bling to even care about all of those questions right now!
However, the truth is, eventually you will need to answer all of them.
Yes, my dear. All of them and then some.
Deep breath. Very, deep breath.
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Remember, enjoy this time. It will not come again. (at least it shouldn’t! lol!) When it’s all said and done, you might just miss it. Even just a bit. Take pictures of different events you do along the way, write things down, and you can use that to create a journal/scrapbook of the journey to the Big Day!
♥ Para Ti Novia – Since we are having a mixed cultural wedding, I simply adore this site! It’s bilingual, has lots of great advice for Latino weddings, and the pictures are incredible. Muy Bueno!
♥ Project Wedding – Fabulous Advice, forums, pics, inspiration. It’s easy to navigate and you get emails daily (if you wish). I love it. Much better than “The Knot.”
|Para Ti Novia includes wedding planning info for Hispanic-American weddings. The “Arras” ceremony is a key element for a Latin Bride & Groom.|
Good luck in all your planning. There are tons of resources out there to help smooth the process. Use them to your advantage.
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com and I might just feature you and your questions in an upcoming Irresistible Wedding post!
“When you meet someone who can cook and do housework–don’t hesitate a minute–marry him.”