Before wedding planning, my spouse and I made a promise to each other: “no stress.” Sound impossible? I’m going to tell you how we did it so you can do it too!


3 Tips To Help You Cope When Planning Your Same Sex Wedding

30 December 2014
, Blog

Since 35 US states have made same sex marriage legal, many gay weddings are being planned nationwide. As any married couple will tell you, planning a wedding is a stressful and emotion-laden activity under the best of circumstances. To keep your cool, follow the 3 tips below when planning your same sex nuptials: 1) Meticulously work out the most important moment of the ceremony. You are a unique couple whose lives are based on what you think is important.
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About Me
Having Fun Planning Your Own Wedding

My name's Melissa. Welcome you to my website. I’m so excited to share about my wedding. My husband Jack and I got married five months ago. We planned our entire wedding by ourselves. It wasn’t that we didn’t have parents, family, or friends that wanted to help. In fact, they were all begging to help but we wanted to do this on our own. Before embarking on the wedding planning, we made one promise to each other. That promise was simply, "no stress." Sound impossible? We thought it might be because we had heard numerous times how stressful planning a wedding can be. We had a blast! If something started to get a bit touchy, we found a way to turn it around and make it a fun adventure. I’m going to tell you how we did it, and I hope you will be able to do the same. Enjoy!