Florist: So what are your colors for the wedding, hon?
Me: Um...I don't know, like...wedding colors?
(I found a different florist who understood what I meant by that)
|The one I went with has a really cool shop|
Me (to invitation printer on Etsy): ...simple, clean and elegant would be best--not too many curlicues or flourishes, and not too much mixing of different fonts to "look" vintage. It would also be great to throw in a little quirkiness without going over-the-top. For example, I LOVE the RSVP card you have listed at the link below with the choice of titles from Mrs. to Marchioness. Even a nod to the fact that it's a library wedding could be fun (like a due date RSVP card or call card) but I'm not set on that idea 100% since I can see where it could get a little cheesy.
(So--elegant, but not too elegant. Quirky, but not cheesy. Please, read my mind.)
|Byron ended up designing it and I filled in the text|
DJ: So...hypothetically, let's say the moment for the Electric Slide presents itself.
(I just find that funny to think about)
Me: So between all the pattern and colors for the tablecloths, I have literally a million options?
Caterer: Yes, you can customize it to your colors exactly!
Me: Ok. Mom, pick a color.
(she chose slate gray--thumbs up from me)
Byron: Can we put a new washer/dryer on the wedding registry?
Byron: How about a TV stand?
Byron: How about adding to your horse fund?
Me: It's NOT POLITE Byron!
|After much grumbling I agreed to a "bridle" shower/steeplechase tailgate party--though I stipulated no gifts and NO PENIS HATS|
I suppose this is why wedding planning exists as a career--it's maddening if you're not the Barbie Dream Wedding type! I am glad that I gave myself a lot of time to sort it all out...