They want to plan every detail of their own wedding; from hiring the photographer of their dreams to choosing their menu to staying on track with every free downloadable planning tool there is. However, they know they can’t clone themselves on their wedding day, and they really want to enjoy every second stress-free and full of joy, and focus only on their new spouse, family, and friends.
Trust me, NO ONE wants to deal with the gross logistics on their own wedding day.
What if a vendor’s car breaks down on the way over? What if you’re super overwhelmed by the idea of putting everything you’ve ordered and hired out into a cohesive timeline? What if the rental company loses your order that you placed ten months before your wedding (and you got confirmation and paid your deposit for!) and the week before, they tell you that you haven’t rented anything? (Yes, that really happened.)
You can plan a wedding on your own. (I mean, I’m always here if you need me, have a question about anything, or change your mind!).
What you can’t do?
Be in two places at once on your wedding day, know everything there is to know about weddings, answer hundreds of emails and phone calls from vendors with questions (on the wedding day, no less!), deal with opinions and “I just think you should do it this way” comments, work a full-time job, take care of yourself, and stay joyful about the whole process while not threatening to elope.