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Not Getting Married Until 2015...am I Planning 2 Early?


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#41 MissJen3

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 11:32 AM

@csho I am going to talk to my FI this evening about the situation. See what he thinks.  My personal feeling is that I am anxious about making sure we get the date we have our hearts set on, so I would like to secure it asap.  

 

@kmk2016 If you could forward along the information it would be greatly appreciated. That way if my FI agrees this evening I can start the process of messaging another TA. 



#42 zupochka

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    Posted 14 July 2014 - 11:51 AM

    it's never to early, especially if you like everything perfect!



    #43 SuchALady777

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    Posted 19 July 2014 - 06:08 AM

    I Started Planning 16 months out, wedding is 09/2015. It's really relaxing when you have the time to do everything without feeling rushed.

    #44 helenk

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    Posted 19 July 2014 - 08:03 PM

    We were engaged February of this year and started really planning in like April/May. We booked our resort at the end of May and our photographer in June for our October 2015 wedding. We initially were thinking of a November 2015 date but it was already booked! So I guess it's good we started early. I have a friend who started planning before me and she's getting married July 2016. It's never too early I say!


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    #45 SilaC

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      Posted 23 July 2014 - 03:37 PM

      Hi Clarissa, I think that you're right on track. Usually brides plan their wedding like a year or a year and a half in advanced. Take into consideration that if you want to book a venue you might want to do it now. Sometimes is hard to book a venue less than a year in advanced.



      #46 JennyAdele

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      Posted 04 September 2014 - 04:55 PM

      @csho I am going to talk to my FI this evening about the situation. See what he thinks.  My personal feeling is that I am anxious about making sure we get the date we have our hearts set on, so I would like to secure it asap.  

       

      @kmk2016 If you could forward along the information it would be greatly appreciated. That way if my FI agrees this evening I can start the process of messaging another TA. 

      I started planning almost 2 years in advance. I loved it because I never felt rushed, could wait for "a bargain", and it gave my guests plenty of time to save up for the DW. I loved not making rushed decisions and instead could truly decide what I wanted most she choosing resorts, decor, and all the other little details that take lots of time and research to decide on.

       

      Happy planning!!



      #47 Bride2b15

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      Posted 08 September 2014 - 12:55 PM

      Hi

       

      I'm getting married at Dreams Riviera in November 2015 and I am already making plans etc.



      #48 vsschick

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      Posted 17 December 2014 - 05:19 PM

      It's never too early. My wedding is 2016 and I started planning in June 2014. I;m giving myself extra time to work out every single detail



      #49 MillerK

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      Posted 24 December 2014 - 03:11 AM

      Plannig is an essential factor to do anything bigger and marriage is obviously a grand ocassion to anyone. It is very much fine that you are taking time. If you want your wedding perfect or love details then, taking time becomes necessary.






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