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#11 Hartyt509

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    Posted 13 December 2008 - 07:48 PM

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    Originally Posted by Jacqueline
    harty omg i feel the same way. i just want it to be done, i enjoy planning it all but recently i feel bored or just plain sick of it. lol but i need to continue planning though since its approaching fast! haha id rather have it all done now so i can enjoy it as it gets closer kwim?

    maybe take alil break and get back into after a few weeks. that is, if you dont need a lot done. im not sure where u are in your planning...
    I've planned nothing lol - dress is sorted, he can take care of his own crap lol thats it really lmao I just want it over with lol and if FI doesn't stop freaking snoring next to me I'm gonna kill him before the wedding lol

    #12 Duchess

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      Posted 14 December 2008 - 12:26 PM

      I was totally the same way. I didnt even want to go dress shopping in July and my wedding is in December. But you do the things that need to get done, and everything else falls into place. I look at the planning threads and assume I must be the worst bride ever because I am not doing all this extra stuff, but I am glad to hear that other brides feel the same. I have been saying that I am missing the bride gene or something, but I guess its common!

      I think that the fact that its a DW means it needs less planning time for us than an at home wedding (at least for me) since we have WCs. So its hard to get that excited when its kind of far away. Mine is in 2 weeks, and I am now getting so excited. You will too when its closer!

      #13 Debs

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        Posted 14 December 2008 - 01:36 PM

        I was the exact same way girls, no worries. I didn't do all the extra stuff.. oot bags, travel itinerarys etc.

        The only thing I had to plan was booking the resort, my dress, invitations and packing. Yes, it was a bit of a nightmare at the end due to a not-so-cooperative TA, but otherwise, it's as stressful as you make it with all the extra stuff.

        We had 9 guests, and it was perfect for us. No fuss. Everything else was done at the resort. We didn't have an AHR either. Whatever. We don't need a big public (expensive) party to show off we were married.

        #14 eliza_leigh

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          Posted 17 December 2008 - 11:05 PM

          I actually feel the same with you, Harty. I told my fiance that I want a long engagement at the moment because I need to prioritize other things before we tie the knot. He said it's okay that we gonna have a long engagement, we get plenty of time to know each other more and more, adjusting to the engaged phase.




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