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This better be the first and the last time I EVER get married.........

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because I just don't think I can take all the STRESS anymore. Who knew that these little planning details could make someone rip there hair out!!! I hate to say this but a part of me can't wait for this to be over with so I don't have to think about all this planning anymore!!!! 19 more day!!!

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I'm so with you girl! I guess as it gets closer to the day we get more worked up by stupid niggly things! Just soothe, relax and have lots of long hot baths. I know I'm taking my meditiation candle out with me to my destination, just to make sure that I have something to focus on for the first few days while I run around ragged checking everything!

 

Have a glass of wine. I know I feel better after one of them!

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MrsSparrow you could not be any more right!!! We just have to relax!!! Much easier said than done though. Sometimes the most frustrating part is having an idea and then executing it and it looks horrible or it just doesn't come out the way you want. That seems to be the case with EVERYTHING I have been doing lately. GRRRR!!!!

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My worst thing has been arguing with my FI about cake. And it's not even the whole cake, it's whether (now, get this!) we have chocolate shards around the edge of the cake or whether we have chocolate curls around the edge! *sigh* stupid stupid stupid. I'm so looking forward to the day - that way I can stop overanalysing everything! :-)

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I am planning my wedding for 13 months from now, but seriously I am considering just doing an elopement before the year's end; I tried to tackle the task of STDs and almost cried after 5 minutes. I can't find a reliable TA and I don't want to wait another 365+ days to be married to my hubby. It certainly is stressful! However, I am a firm believer of you get out what you put in and all you guys putting in a lot of blood sweat and tears into your wedding will no doubtly have an amazing event to remember.

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Planning is extremely stressful, and the further you get into the more details that arise which adds more stress and less sleep. The good thing is remember your day is almost here, and all of that stress you've had will end up being well-worth it and you can relax and enjoy your wedding because when it comes down to it, the most important thing is that you and your Fi are happy and can celebrate your marriage with those you love! Make sure to remember why you're getting married in the first place!

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I've hardly started the planning process and I've had so many freak outs already!

 

I have taped a picture of my FI and I being loved up to my laptop to try and remind myself why I am doing all this :)

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I'm sorry it's so stressful! The good news is that I think most of us survivied it! muscle.gif

 

For me the worst part was about 3 days before - I had everything packed and ready to go, and I kept pouring over lists, opeining suitcases, double checking EVERYTHING because I was certain I was going to forget SOMETHING.

 

In the end, we got there and all of the stress, headaches, sleepless nights were not even there and it was wonderful!

 

Big hugs! You're almost there!

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ladies ladies ladies.all you have to think is you will have a great day whatever.you will have the co-ordinator to sort everything for you when you get there.try and chill and enjoy it.

 

will you remind me of my own words when its my time hehe

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