Feels a bit surreal. The day after tomorrow will be what most “little girls dream of all their lives”. It’s a bit crazy to think that the day will finally be here soon.
After months and weeks of stressing out over the planning, coordination, and details, it soon will be all over. At one point I couldn’t wait for it to be behind me but now that it’s almost passing me by, it’s almost as if I want the stressful exhilaration to last just a bit longer — but not really — but really just to cherish and savour this feeling. We’ll never plan something this elaborate or grand in our lifetime ever again (God willing) and we’ll never have a day where the sole focus is on us. It’ll just never happen that way again.
How blessed we are already that we have so many individuals coming together just for us. It’s a lifetime in the making.
Still got a few more things to do. We already accomplished a lot in the last 48 hours which included picking up hairpieces, paying a final floral payment, confirming our cake (a little late but it’s done), finalizing and printing our menus, finalizing our photobooth layout, making and printing the programs, building the furniture in our room (!!), placecards, and various other things.
Tomorrow we need to pick up our king and queen chairs, rental tablecloths, and my two dresses. Then comes the traditional hair brushing at night. Still got the slideshow and vows to write. Um, hello, procrastination.
Can’t wait but also need to stop and cherish this moment.
Goal: tie up all the loose ends basically. Can’t stress the small stuff at this point.