It's possible that you've had Pinterest boards stored for years with ideas and inspiration that you love, but did you work on those together with your fiancé? Most likely not.
One of the first things that I encourage my clients to do is to sit down together and dream up your ideal wedding day. Even if one of you prefers to handle more of the planning than the other, it's important that both of your voices are heard and that the big day is a reflection of you as a couple.
Here at Alexandria Catherine Events, we have a trusty list that we use to help you get the conversation going.
When addressing the questions on this list, don't start making plans. I know, I know, it's so hard! Instead, just listen to one another and take notes.
In the wedding planning world, it feels like the word compromise is dirty, but it needs to come into play here because there's a very real chance that you won't have the same answers to all of these questions about your wedding vision. If this is the case, you'll need to decide which items are priorities and which are worth sacrificing.
The easiest way to do this exercise, is to each have a copy of this and then answer it individually and then coming together to discuss the results of that.