So I got engaged Dec 27th 2018 and FH and I were planning to get married this year. Then he lost his job and planning was put on hold and the date pushed back to sometime 2020. I had just gotten used to the idea of getting married at a later date when FH got a job and mentioned eloping (more microwedding as parents want to be there).
I suggested we table the "eloping" conversation until he's established (about a month in my mind) since the new job required him to move to a different state. I also wanted to make sure that he wasn't suggesting getting married sooner for the wrong reason (loneliness because of move)
He brought up the topic again 4 days after he moved. Him bring it up multiple times has started stressing me out and when I think about wedding planning I just feel extremely stressed.
I asked FH the other day if he had any ideas or desires for our day and aside from videographer capturing ceremony (for grandparents) he didn't really care. That stresses me out even more because I'm planning the whole thing by myself.
i have ideas of what I want: 20ish people max since I'd prefer friends being there vs just family
I've thought instead of reception doing a lunch or dinner at a restaurant
I've also thought about getting a non-wedding dress because I feel it would fit my style better
and a photographer to capture the ceremony
would something like that be doable to plan in 4-5 months (thinking October for wedding)?
would it be possible to plan this with a max budget of 2k?