Focusing your thoughts and plans for your wedding: Pittsburgh Wedding Tips
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This is a good article with a great idea on how to focus your thoughts and plans about your wedding:
“Find What You Love”
Begin your wedding plans with the notion of:
“A little of you and little of your fiancée and a lot of both of you!”
Who are you, really? What message about yourself do you want your guests to take away from your special day? Maybe you’ve dreamed about walking down the aisle in a princess dress since you were a little girl — but does that really reflect who you are today? If you have well-defined style and taste, that’s great — you should absolutely carry that over into your wedding.
But if you need some help putting your finger on your distinct style, start by looking in the mirror and around your home. What common themes do you see? A wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime fantasy event, so don’t be afraid to reach for more idealized representations of your tastes. I like to ask couples if they have a favorite hotel, or place to travel — ask yourself these questions to tease out the looks and experiences you really love and that really speak to who you are.
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