When you're organized and intelligent, you face one big downfall - you expect to be smart about everything. You do your homework, you plan, you think through things. You go through worst-case-scenarios for each step of the way. Put two such people together, and you both expect to cover all the bases. It usually works - but not for weddings.
Our wedding's roughly a month away. I'm not exactly sure when that happened. Final payments have been paid. We have our guest total. The decorations are finished and tucked away in plastic totes for transfer to the beach house. (After we realized we only ought two owls last year - complete and utter brain fart)… Continue reading Final Countdown
Anyone with a wedding in 2020 will assure you COVID-19 adds an extra layer of stress. None of the wedding planners tells you what to do about plagues. It's made things a bit of a challenge.
So much is going on in the world right now, and a lot of it has the potential to make you feel down. Know what can make you feel better? CAKE! That's right, and part of preparing for a wedding is choosing a wedding cake.
Our wedding is in November, which sounds like enough time to prepare and have everything run smoothly - and I'd agree. Except COVID-19 has interfered and thrown things off a bit, adding a bit of stress. Not to mention that every time I look at the calendar, I feel guilty because I know people have had to cancel/reschedule their weddings during this time. It's a catch-22 situation.