The First 10 Things to Tick Off Your ‘I Do’ To-Do List While You’re Newly Engaged
Getting engaged is more than an exciting time! You’ve got a beautiful new rock on that finger (diamond, emerald, sapphire, whatever the gemstone is, it’s gorgeous!!), a new pep in your step-called it’s a bride-stride, and it’s with you right up to your wedding day, and a new glow about you that’s got everyone thinking, “oh yeah, that’s a bride right there.”.. And guess what, huh? It’s a wonderful thing, particularly after the year we’ve all been having! That being said, once your bar cart starts running low on champagne and you realise that your sparkler needs its first shine, it might dawn on you that it’s time to start getting serious about wedding planning! It can be stressful, of course, but that’s why the best friend’s advice is just a text and the big girl’s diaries exist in the form of adorable adult diaries. You can also use your footsteps to head online and check out some amazing Style Me Pretty best-for-a-bride buys.
Every pair of newly-planning partners has a preferred way to jump into planning, but we can certainly voucher this way to get ready for the vows:
Once the dust has settled and you’ve stepped firmly into your new role as a bride (or groom), it’s time to get to the planning front. We are great believers in starting a bride journey with a binder-many of us even go back to our own planning binders when, even to remind ourselves that an organised altar-ego existed at one time. And we’re not shy enough to brag about ours…Our bliss-ensure blush wedding planner kit comes with a TON of checklists, timelines, and workbooks to help the brides stay buttoned with all their I Do to-dos. We’ve made sure to include everything couples need to get hit without a hitch, with enough room for notes that might even make meaningful keepsakes for future brides.
We’ve got it, given how unpredictable 2020 has been, it’s been easier than ever to share things on social media and hope that the news will travel to all of your key parties thereafter. But keeping your VIPs (parents, siblings, close family, and best friends) up-to-date with your wedding developments is a very nice gesture and kindness.