Find yourself putting more weight into the small things than you maybe should be? Or feeling like you’re just somehow not enough? Comparison can be a sneaky b*tch, and that’s why we’re talking about overcoming the OG thief of joy, at your wedding and into marriage.
But what exactly are your “must haves” for a venue on your wedding day? Have you sat down with your groom to discuss? If not, we highly recommend you start making a list of must-haves for your wedding venue, and if you’re lost - no worries! We have a checklist for brides to use when they visit their venues for walk throughs that will help you keep everything organized and make sure you get all of your questions answered!
Let me just start by saying that I am the worst at resting. No matter what I do, or how much I get done I am always thinking about the next thing that needs to be ticked off of my to-do list. My brain believes this crazy idea that if I don’t go to bed exhausted, then I didn’t do enough to allow me to rest fully.
While preparing for a new life with someone we should want to lean on them, practice what life will be like when we’re officially married, support one another, and learn how to manage conflict. However, I see time and time again brides and grooms waiting until after they’re married to discuss the tough stuff, the hard stuff, the REAL stuff, that will impact their marriage.
Growing up, I always wanted to run my own business, from selling homemade dog treats when I was 8, to running the pool concession stand in the summer, to launching my solo career as a singer/songwriter in high school, I was always itching to do my own thing. After college and two years in the corporate-world, I knew it was time to take the big step and focus full-time on my company, Weddings By Weaver.