|geriatric party, photo courtesy of Shannon|
We've done very little planning. I'll get cases of wedding brain (especially right before bed when I have to wake up early the next day) but we haven't really figured out specifics yet. We're taking a very, very (VERY) laid back approach to the wedding. We fully realize things will go wrong and won't go perfectly according to plan on the day. Thank god we're not ordering doves or a string quartet and have very low expectations.
How is it with such a laid back approach and realistic goals that I still give myself heart palpitations when thinking about planning the wedding? Not even planning, just thinking about planning. The good news is my freakouts only last a few minutes now because I'll quickly remember the end goal is that I get to marry the best person ever.
Does it get easier once you get further into planning and figure details out or does it get more stressful?