I’m not sure how many years ago it was, but I remember turning to Cullen on one of our many road trips and said something along the lines of “when I’m a wedding planner, I’m going to be a wedding doer too.”
a person who acts rather than merely talking or thinking
Synonyms: worker, organizer, woman of action, achiever, hustler; informal mover and shaker, busy bee, eager beaver, live wire, go-getter
Have you asked yourself who is actually going to do all the things come your big day?
I can’t remember my exact words to Cullen as I shared my thinking behind this whole doer idea, but it went something like this:
There’s going to come a time when planning needs to turn to doing. Couples may be able to get by on the planning front, but what happens come the big day? Who is going to be putting in the nitty gritty hard work, long hours and elbow grease to pull the thing off? Who is going to execute? Who is going to work for you and only you?
Or who is going to put in the time when you don’t have any? Who is going to do the research, make the calls, sift through all the options and breakdown the pros and cons when you don’t have any energy left after adulting all day?
??♀️ I want to be THAT person for people.
Y’all, dotting i’s and crossing t’s makes my world go ‘round and don’t get me started on checking things off lists. I can make timelines in my sleep and organize with the best of ’em, but there’s one thing that I love more than planning and that, my friends, is DOING!
I don’t just plan, I do. So you, your fiance, your mom, maid of honor, family and wedding party don’t have to.
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Dotted & Crossed,
P.S. Whatever it means to you, go be a doer today!
“In the end, love doesn’t just keep thinking about it or planning for it. Simply put: Love does!” -Bob Goff