My daughter is getting married. Yea! I have mixed feelings about the whole wedding planning process. I wasn’t going to get married so I never put much thought into the events of my wedding day.
My daughter is completely opposite. She should be since I have raised her to be a planner. She was planning her birthday parties at the age of eight. Before you think that is so great you have to know I told her I would throw whatever party she wanted if she planned it but if she didn’t plan it, who knows what kind of party she would have. She had a date book by the age of 10.
It’s no wonder she has been planning her wedding day since she met the man of her dreams two years ago.
Things are happening super fast. She found her dressed after just one shopping trip. No, I am not posting pics- at least not yet.
She was only able to include myself and one of her aunts so we came up with a great idea for a party to share the moment with the rest of our friends and family. The “Say Yes to the Dress” party marked the beginning of all the wedding planning festivities.
This party was a great success. I actually did most of the planning, right down to a game about the wedding dress. Everyone got into two-person teams and using pictures of wedding dresses, designed a dress for the bride. This picture is a little out of focus but it was kind of funny.
As a party favor, we made treat bags that included a sample of Farm House Fresh products. We had a jar of the Strawberry Smash double moisturizer out for everyone to try.
We also included a cake pop in each treat bag, wrapped in cellophane of course.
I’m looking forward to posting more about the wedding plans as the year progresses. The wedding is in June but I already feel like it’s too soon. Lucky for me, I am not doing all the planning, just the paying.