Marriage is more than just a wedding, but planning a wedding is a huge challenge that will prepare you for the trials of marriage. From the guest list and seating charts to family traditions and the flow of the day, rising to meet those challenges will likely require wisdom that you don’t have on-hand yet, but will greatly assist you in settling even bigger issues that come into play when you’re husband and wife. Since I just recently jumped the broom, I feel qualified (and a bit obligated) to give you a heads up. Flip ahead for 10 of the biggest lessons I learned about myself and relationships from planning a wedding.
It’s Ok To Get Help
You might be Wonder Woman in your own mind, but you cannot pull off a wedding all by yourself. Unless you are dedicating every waking moment to mapping out your day, you are going to need to recruit some help. That may come in the form of getting a day-of coordinator or recruiting your loved ones to take on a few duties. Either way, you’re going to need a team of people to help keep your wedding day moving along smoothly.