What advice would you give to other brides-to-be planning a
Don't lose site of why you're there, and what you're really hoping to accomplish. A wedding is a celebration of the love and unity between the couple. God is the center of our lives, we believe he brought us together, and our goal was always to glorify him while planning the wedding. For us that meant not fighting, bickering, or getting overly fearful of doing things we hadn't done before (like the jamming). Only spend time thinking about the things you can control, and be able to adapt. Even the day of the wedding, go with the flow. Our nephews screamed, our pastor's leg fell asleep during the vows, we got attacked by thousands of gnats, and yet, we got married. And that's all we set out to do. Also, it helps to have awesome vendors. Gagan was so much like us, from the first time we met him, it felt like we grew up together. It helps focus on the wedding when you know people who are immediate friends are responsible for other major pieces, and you don't have to worry how things are gonna work out.
Photo by Gagan Dhiman