So I figure you’ve heard from Jackie enough now it’s my turn to post… I want to talk to you about the process of wedding planning. Now the hetero brides have it easy! They plan a wedding and for the most part their future husbands just sit and nod. As you can probably tell our wedding isn’t going to have cute bride and groom wedding cake toppers. First of all they are so tacky and second of all neither of us is a man. And as you also may have guessed having two women try to plan the same event is, well, NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE! We each have different opinions on EVERYTHING from hymns to envelope liners (which I think give an extra added touch dont you think?) Don’t get me wrong. I have loved every second of wedding planning. I’ve been dreaming of it my whole life. I’ve been buying wedding magazines since high school (although now I’ve gotten a bit out of control. Don’t ask Jackie how many she’s thrown away lately!) I see so many cute ideas in magazines that would be perfect for MY wedding but not OUR wedding. I have to take a break and remember who this day is actually about… us. Not her. Not me (although I’d like to think so). The key word that anyone should remember when planning a wedding is compromise. You want the day to reflect the two of you. Don’t worry about the “hottest wedding trend”. Worry about what is going to make the day special for the two of you!