While your High-Vibe Bride may not consider herself a perfectionist, I can almost guarantee there will be times when she feels overwhelmed.
We can never judge another person’s relationship. We’re always on the outside.
When I got engaged last summer, I didn’t have a Pinterest board filled with dream dresses waiting on standby – no shame in your game if you do though!
Her rap is literally wedding #goals.
I know God doesn’t love me any less because I didn’t get married in a church.
I don’t like looking at my wedding photos. There, I said it. It’s not that they aren’t beautiful, objectively they are. Rather, it’s that the story they tell is incomplete.
“Suddenly there is a pretty heavy, non-churchy beat pounding through the loudspeakers…Y’all, the groom RAPPED his vows, and not well, he even took a moment to make sure the crowd were on their feet!”
I was so excited to marry my best friend, but it was after things settled in that I began to hate being engaged.
Revisiting things you’ve already seen or listened can be incredibly therapeutic and can help you feel less anxious or overwhelmed.
Sagittarius: You’ll probably show up with freshly plucked flowers in your (now blue) hair, whimsically flirt with the best man, getting all giddy when the bouquet is thrown.