If you ever want to test your mental health try planning a wedding in three weeks! From the dress to the church to the reception to the music to the food to the suit to the guests there is so much to think about when planning a wedding!
I was very lucky I had a great support system with my husband, parents, in-laws, and wedding party. Even thought these three weeks were filled with stress I look back on them with such fondness! These were the days that I planned one of the most important days of my life!
We started by picking the church. We decided on the church that my husband has gone to since he was a child. It was beautiful, and the pastor was amazing. We picked our date based on the availability of the church and then everything started to fall into place. I found my dress at Davids Bridal, was able to get it altered, so it was done the day before the wedding. My eight bridesmaids looked beautiful in short navy dresses, and Tyler would wear a navy suit and his groomsmen a navy suit coats with khaki pants.
Since our wedding was just after new years with plenty of snow on the ground, we decided to keep it a winter theme. We found decorations and favors easily since everything was still on sale from after Christmas. We ordered our seating chart and guest book tree off of etsy.
We had the reception at the Tewksbury Country Club, which is absolutely beautiful and perfect for our wedding. We picked our food off their menu which included, hamburger sliders, coconut chicken, grilled cheese and tomato soup, and a pasta bar. Our photographer moved the date so that she could do our wedding. My husband new of a great DJ, who graduated with his sister.
Everything came together perfectly!
Inside of our Reception!
Our Guest book Tree!