Saturday, August 8, 2015

You Don't Say (Really--Please, Don't)

When you're in the middle of planning things, the last thing you want is to have people telling you all of the things that could go wrong.

Sure, you want to be realistic and prepare for all of the contingencies, but you want everyone to tell you that - in the end - it'll be fine and you don't need to worry about anything. 

So when Christopher and I were out tonight and people were asking us about wedding plans, we were happily chatting away, trading stories, and enjoying the free flow of ideas. 


We were told a story about someone who never actually got to see her wedding cake. You see, on the way to the venue, the cake apparently got dropped - not on the ground (they were assured) - so the cake delivery folks kind of mashed it back together and shoved some flowers into it hoping that no one would notice. 

Sure. That doesn't happen very often. And they said that it was still really tasty. But if you have any more stories like that please hold onto them until September 2016. Thanks. 

1 comment:

Robin said...

And then there's the story about…

Yep - hold those wedding disaster stories till later, folks. Cut's down on the worry cause I'm sure they can think of their own things to worry about!

Good luck!

P.S. Ask Mom to bring the OJ - it helps a lot!