We had to postpone our wedding due to covid, and now have 6 extra months to 'plan' - but since we would only have had 18 days left at this point, everything feels like it's organised and planned.
But, I've always found in the past that when I've sat back feeling smug that everything is all sorted for a project or an event, when I've looked at the work completed closer to the time, something has always been overlooked, and you end up having to rush around last minute doing whatever it it is!
SO. What should we make sure we've done? How should we make best use of this extra 'being engaged' time?
I've been trying to do little things I wouldn't have had the time or inclination to focus on so close to the wedding, like buying an outfit for the next day, ordering sexy lingerie for our honeymoon, buying a few twirly dresses to run laughing through lavender fields with my new husband in on that honeymoon, and so on. (We really are going to a lavender farm if we're allowed on our honeymoon, so it's not just an instagram fantasy, LOL).
But I still fear I've missed something that I will look at closer to the time and think, I've had TWO YEARS to plan this event and still forgot (insert whatever it is).
What did you forget or wish you'd had extra time to organise?