Last year whilst on holiday , Pauly proposed ( read all about the proposal here on his blog ) which was amazing . I'll be honest - at the time I was completely overwhelmed with ideas and excitement.
The big day :
It's now less than a year and a half away.
We know where we want to get married , well, the area , but haven't visited any venues . We've discussed rings , flowers, music and other details , like the time of day we think we should get married etc .
I am wedding crazy - I have the biggest collection of wedding movies , and love everything to do with them .
When it comes to the dress and catering / food etc I am totally stumped. I have no idea what I'd like for my wedding gown , or where's best to go eat . We aren't getting married anywhere near to home so that makes it trickier and google has become my new best wedding aid .
Since switching to a vegan - soy , way of life I've never felt happier . I'm full of energy, and don't have any of the health problems I used to deal with - thank goodness . I've already lost 2 stone 3lvs since getting engaged, and I knew I was never going to be a ' tiny' bride but I'm still working on undoing the c-section (x2) damage . - flabby belly apron thing.
The one thing I do know though is I want fabulous food & a great time ! But how do you do this when you're the only full vegan ? Seth and Opeie don't like meat too much but I don't call them vegan as I believe they can decide themselves as they grow . I don't want to feel sluggish, bloated or spaced out on our big day, I'd like plenty of energy to party the night away .
So I'm thinking the catering side of things may be tough ? My husband to be enjoys organic , free range meat every so often , and my parents do too . Maybe we should try and accommodate everyone ? Or maybe just go all vegan ?
What did you do for your big day ?