Where will we be tomorrow? I can imagine us waking up on our king size to the view of palm trees and pools in a Balinese getaway. Or I can also imagine witnessing the first snowfall in South Korea with you by my side. I can picture us having a picnic under the Parisian city lights, sharing a plate of escargot while ordering a wine for two. In the mornings we can scour the mountains of the Swiss Alps, and return to our cozy cottage later that night and have a pillow fight. Tomorrow, we can be anywhere in the world and do anything we wish to do.
But what about today? Where do you want to be today, right here, and right now? Because we can imagine our tomorrow, but we can’t yet grasp it, let alone control it. And for the time being, all we have is today. Tomorrow will come with its own worries, so what about today?
What crosses your mind when you hear the words “wedding planning”? The first few things would probably be: budget, decor, dress, food, venue, etc. But when wedding planning becomes a reality that you have to face, you would presumably realise that there are unexpectedly so many other dimensions when it comes to planning the wedding of your dreams. And we’re not just talking about the bits and bobs, such as preparing gifts and thank you cards for your bridesmaids or groomsmen, or making sure that you have enough bobby pins to hold up your hair on your special day.
But have you ever wondered if you put in as much effort into planning your marriage as you do into planning your wedding?