I am a part-time wedding planner (in addition to my grown-up 9-5 job).
I know, I know - you're shocked. But I'd be lying if I said that I did not
So, to fill my very obvious addiction, I have fully immersed myself into planning weddings for other ladies.
Planning the big day can be summarized into three words: vision, strategy, and execution. The three words that I happily embrace with all of my type-Aness. So, this, and the fact that I planned my own wedding by myself from beginning to end, makes me very qualified to do this job.
And tonight I am meeting with one of my current
Now for some comic relief, here is a quick list of how you know you should be a wedding planner:
- When you tell someone the wedding colors are Chocolate Brown and Robin's Egg Blue, and they ask what those look like, you look at them like they're the crazy person.
- You take it upon yourself to tell all of your engaged friends which locations to look into, despite the fact that they already have their location booked.
- You use words like candelabra, boudoir, and color palette in your everyday vocabulary.
- Suddenly, $30,000 doesn't seem like that much money.
- You know the term STD means Save the Dates, duh.
- The women on Bridezillas don't seem that crazy anymore.
- You go to weddings and spend your night comparing every detail of that wedding to your own, and embarrass yourself by saying stuff like, “Remember at our wedding? Our cake tasted much better!”