Whether you are twelve months or one week before your wedding day, once an engagement is decided, plans are often started (I said often). As the planning goes along, you run into tiny conflicts. Let’s say you’ve decided on your venue for your reception, and it’s perfect. It’s one negative is that they don’t do any of the decorating. Is it a deal-breaker? Probably not. So, you turn to your fiancé and say “We’ll have someone do that.” In your head, you’re not sure who yet. Maybe a friend, Mom, a group of former roommates who owe you a favor.
Next, you’re at your florist. In order for them to deliver the boutonnieres, someone has to be there to receive them at the church. And obviously you need them early. Once again, “we’ll have someone go to the church and get them.”
Moving closer to the date, you know you’re going to need someone to put up your pew bows, take care of your programs, un-decorate, call and confirm your vendors, ensure all your well-thought-out plans are being smoothly and efficiently executed.
Well, I apologize for not introducing myself earlier. It’s nice to meet you, I’m your someone. I look forward to helping make your day (and your friends, family and former roommates) enjoyable, stress-free, and relaxing.
So, again I ask, who’s going to your someone?