What happens after the wedding can go one of two ways; you can immerse yourself in the post-wedding adulting of updating your name & marital status everywhere, or you can walk hand in hand into the honeymoon period of happiness, security & the all important holiday.
Anyone who knows me will know what an absolute stress head I am, so you’d think that wedding planning would be my worst nightmare. But you’d be wrong. Here are my tried & tested life hacks for a stress free wedding.
We were able to live out our champagne wedding dreams on what was a lemonade budget, & there’s nothing stopping you from doing the same – no outlandish thrift hacks, just a bit of being patient & a lot of being good old fashioned nice.
The second post in my Wedded Bliss series pays homage to the ridiculously talented crafter companies that helped us have our wedding our way.
The first in this series is an ode to individuality & choice power. Although still a rather conventional English white wedding, we scrapped some of the standard traditions because they said nothing about us.
Being beautiful in wrestling isn’t a substitute to talent but a show of individuality & character. Being attractive (or stacked or curvy or athletic or petite or toned or bald or red-headed or tattooed) is not a person’s character.
I adore the BoPo community but what was once a supportive scene that celebrated choice power, seems to be turning into a contradictory place of unnecessary negativity since the turn of 2019 for two just reasons.