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I am a Bridezilla and my confession is....
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I haven't even sent save the dates yet (getting married next May, only engaged at christmas) and mine is already asking when invites are going out as people want to book the hotel.... err, I was thinking January next year, or maybe even December then we can put a christamas card in at the same time! :rotfl:
that's probably what i'll be doing so if anyone is definitely going they can book their hotel room in advance. we definitely won't be sending out save the dates to anyone who isn't going to the full wedding anyway.
keep them coming:T
Do they not realise that we are MSE Bridezillas and as such have a budget to stick to?! :rotfl::rotfl:
A year is crazy for invites!
Save the dat is fine with that much notice, as people will be able to book cheap hotels, make sure they dont have any date clashes etc.
Explain to MrZilla that 3-4months before is sensible, as people are more likely to give you an accurate yes or no!
yup ours saves 25 for us but we have a good few travelling from Scotland so i'm happy to let them book away, most of mine will probably be heading back to their homes anyway as the reception venue is fairly local anyway.
i've also got friends coming from belfast so i'll probably send the hotel info out to them and the OH's scottish ones in the save the dates.
We'll get the family booked that will be staying and then the rest can book when we send out the main invites.
This is me too, I'm not bothered who's coming, what colours everything is, if the favours are co-ordinated, where everyone is sitting... it just seems so trivial and stupid to get stressed over stuff like that, I think I'm a complete anti-bridezilla to be honest. As long as the people who do come have fun, get drunk and dance the night away (as I am definitely planning to, sod being all womanly and reserved... I'm having a good time and drinking as much as I would on a normal night out!!) then I'll be more than happy. That probably makes me a bridezilla in everyone else's eyes.