Originally Posted by ChocoTaco7568
I hope so, Iâ€™m Feeling pretty good with where I stand, but I also dropped a few projects. Quite frankly, my hours at work increased and I got tired of doing stuff. While there were a few details that may have been a nice touch, in the end I didnâ€™t deem them necessary (ceremony programs, ribbon wands etc)
To do in no particular order in the next 4 weeks:
Purchase another bandeau bikini (need to avoid tan lines for the first 3 days)
Complete Reception playlist (songs chosen but not organized)
Complete mock-ups for WC use
Get E-Ring polished and photo ready
Purchase frames for all signage (picked out, just need to make the trip)
Figure out veil situation (maybe alterations)
Contact USPS to hold mail delivery for 2 weeks
Contact banks for out of country transactions
Order Bouquet charm
I also have a series of appointments the days leading up to departure (shellac mani/pedi, brazilian, lash extensions...)
How are you two making out?!?!?
I'm ready for the most part. I've also dropped a few small things that I just don't feel like buying and I've just gotten tired. The last things on my list are:
Order Chair Sashes
Buy Make Up
Pick up dress
I'm sure there may be a few small things I'm missing, but I cannot think right now.
One thing that's driving me absolutely nuts are people that have RSVP'd but not booked! My attitude when this all began was "If they don't book 2-3 months in advance, they more then likely aren't coming!" WRONG! I have about 20 people who swear they are coming but have not booked or picked out meal choices. It is very rude and inconsiderate. Especially when I am making welcome bags for everyone. I'm at the point now, where I am running out of supplies and refuse to order more. The last people that book, will not receive a bag. I will politely tell them that they missed the deadline and we did not know they were coming.
Have you already sent your planning form off to Pilar?