Last weekend (the weekend before Thanksgiving), we went down to VA to get some wedding planning done. I feel like in 36 hours Tim and I accomplished a lot. Not only accomplished but we had a great time.
Before we talk about my wedding can we please talk about Snooki’s wedding:
“She confirmed the news over Twitter, demonstrating excellent emoji use and sharing a photo”
I didn’t realize Snooki and I had so much in common but announcing she was “officially” married on twitter with emojis seems like my type of thing.
Anyways back to my adventures…We arrived back to VA around 11pm. If you know me then you know I haven’t been up that late in a while.
On Saturday morning we met with our cake decorator at Starbucks. She brought us a sample and it was delicious. I knew within one bite she was exactly who I wanted to do our cake. It was perfect. I won’t spoil the cake but if you know me, you know I have a huge sweet tooth. Cake is ranked in my top 5 most important aspects of my cake.
After a whirlwind morning, we went to lunch at my favorite local restaurant JoJacks. I have mentioned it on the blog before (and if you have visited me in VA then you have probably gone).
In the afternoon, Tim and I headed to downtown Norfolk to pick up my race packet. We ended up walking around Norfolk for a while and just enjoying the sights.
Then we were able to hang out with one of my best friends Theresa. We ended up going to No Frill Bar and Grille in Norfolk. If you are ever visiting down there, it’s certainly one of the hidden gems of the area. It was nice to just catch up since we hadn’t seen each other since August.
After that we met with our florist another Starbucks. I don’t know if this is normal but all of my wedding vendors have wanted to meet at local Starbucks. I went to him and said “I have absolutely no idea what kind of flowers I want or need”. Luckily after about an hour of chatting we were able to figure something out. I was a little bit worried it would be more stressful to pick out flowers. Something that I have enjoyed about wedding planning in general is that everyone is so friendly. They don’t make me think I’m a total idiot. (Thank you people in the wedding business).
On Sunday I ran the half marathon and just relaxed and hung out with my parents before heading back to New Jersey. I feel like I got more accomplished this weekend then the last month of wedding planning. I feel more confident with our wedding (it’s pretty obvious I’m way out of my element). Soon I’ll post about my bridal party.
The next step in December is to get wedding invites picked out and to find someone to actually marry us (who knew that would be the hardest part)? It seems silly (to me) to pay thousands for wedding invites that will only end up in the trash..but what do I know.
Other wedding posts:
Wedding Update 1 (I have a planner)
Questions for you:
Where did you get your wedding invites?
If you have gotten married, what kind of flowers did you have?