It’s a Party! How to Change Your Wedding Mindset

The Sane Bride is not going to nickel and dime this revolution. That’s up to you. The best place to start your budget is to evaluate your overall approach to the planning process.

Say five times slowly:
I am planning a fabulous party, not a cookie-cutter wedding.
I am planning a fabulous party, not a cookie-cutter wedding.
I am planning a fabulous party, not a cookie-cutter wedding.
I am planning a fabulous party, not a cookie-cutter wedding.
I am planning a fabulous party, not a cookie-cutter wedding.

Hopefully, this will help to eliminate a long list of things that the bridal industry thinks that you must do (i.e. spend money on).

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