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By: Abby Van Ness | Posted: 09/04/2012
As the days before our wedding dwindle down (51 to go!), and our to-do list tasks become more and more detailed, I feel as if I’m working two full-time jobs. I’m sure other brides can relate. When I’m not at my real full-time job or writing freelance articles, I’m getting up early and staying up late to send e-mails, update the guest list, or look at table numbers on Pinterest and Etsy. Like any bride at this point in the planning process, the wedding is all I think about, all I talk about, and all I devote my free time to. What the heck am I going to do after October 20?
Early on, Jack and I decided against hiring an official wedding planner. (Although, between our ceremony coordinator, reception coordinator, and a few very involved family members, we’ve pretty much got it covered.) Yet, there have definitely been days when I wished someone else was running the show. The last few weeks have been some of the busiest and most stressful thus far, but they have also been the most exciting. And since I haven’t blogged in a while, I thought I’d share some updates!
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