Tuesday, September 15, 2009


I know, I've been a relatively sucktastic blogger lately.
I can't help it, I'm currently overwhelmed. 
Somehow, the calender has switched into overdrive and it's suddenly become September 15th.  Mid-September. WTF?
I'm getting married in 32 days.  As a result, everyone wants a piece of me.
Last night I met with the D.J. and our Emcee (MC?)-- and had to drive about an HOUR to do so.
Today I have to go to another dress fitting.
On Sunday I have to meet with the day of coordinator to determine the wedding day schedule.  It just doesn't stop.
Our videographer is dying to interview us for the video.
My mom calls me on the daily with questions because so and so hasn't returned their RSVP card yet. 
Is your head spinning yet? Cause mine is. 
Let me let you in on a little secret-- I can be a serious control freak.  I like to be in charge and I like to know what's up.  I was scared that I was going to turn into a SERIOUS bridezilla.
Surprisingly-- I don't think that I am one.  As long as I have a priest, a fiance and a marriage license, I think the day will turn out okay.
My mom wants me to go to the venue to decide between two table clothes.  My brain is saying, please playa- does it really matter? 
Apparently it does (according to mom). 


Kayce said...

I feel your pain! We are getting married in 18 days and I feel like the list is never-ending. It gets worse as it gets closer. I'm getting phone calls on a daily basis from our coordinator, my mom, my FMIL, etc. with questions about this and that. But in the end, it will all be totally worth it. Just remember that!

Classy Fab Sarah said...

I can only imagine how stressful this all is!!

I too am a serious control freak... but I would recommend delegating a duty or two.

For instance, when I was a MOH, the bride's mom and I called all the people who hadn't RSVP'd. It took 1 afternoon and then it was off the bride's plate.

Best of luck... try not to stress about everything - it WILL get done!

Kim said...

My best advice (as someone who is now a 10 day old married woman) is to seriously not even sweat ANY of it. The last two weeks, I literally didn't worry about anything and everything turned out great. I would just delegate what you can (I know it's hard!) and then RELAX. My favorite part about our wedding planning is that I turned off "wedding mode" on Wednesday before the wedding and I was SO calm, it almost freaked me out. Just remember to breathe!!!