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Three Cheers for the Bank Holiday Weekend! How are you all? I am currently on my way to York, we have a weekend full of weddings so we are staying near the wedding locations as I expect the traffic maybe a little crazy on the roads this weekend. With it being a 3 day weekend I hope you all have some wonderful plans.
Today, we are back with our regular feature Diary of a Boho Bride. Last time Emily and Jonny were on the blog they chatted all about getting organised and today they are back talking all about their final post and sharing her final piece of advice.
This will be Emily and Jonny’s last blog before the big day! I will be so sad to see Emily go, It’s been a pleasure getting to know her and her amazing plans over many emails. I may have also had a little DIY tutorial from Emily to help me with a little DIY gift idea! Thank you so much Emily for being the perfect Boho Bride, we are looking forward to sharing your wedding on the blog in the near future!
Argh! This is my last blog post before the wedding. That is a crazy thought.
After a year and a half of wedding planning and years of dreaming, the wedding is only 2 weeks away. The last couple of weeks have been an emotional rollercoaster to be honest. No one tells you, nor can you plan, how you’re supposed to feel so close to your wedding. I’m excited, nervous, anxious and giddy. My head is at full capacity as I juggle final wedding plans, honeymoon preparation, a full time job and a flat crammed full of favours, jars and the usual daily mess. Breathe, everything will be fine…I think.
So as a final blog post I thought I would share what I’ve learnt during my wedding journey. Here’s my ‘Hey it’s ok…’ list to keep things real.It’s ok if that small label going on an envelope is not totally straight.
I think the advice is not only for everyone starting their wedding planning journey, but a reassurance to myself. It’s so easy to stress over the small stuff – I’m so guilty of that. Take a step back and focus on what the day really means and enjoy every second because it’ll be over quicker than a flash.
I have really loved sharing our wedding planning adventure with you all. I’m so sad it’s coming to an end. Good luck and I wish all the happiness to the future brides out there – I’m jealous of all you have still to come!
See you on the other side!