The start of something new…


Nobody talks about the day after your wedding. The hype, the event comes and goes, and no one tells you what to expect once the day is over, and celebrating the love of you two is over. I used to think it was a cliche saying; the day goes by too fast, you don’t know what happened. What did that even mean? Well, I am here to tell you my experience, so that you don’t have the next day blues with your husband-to-be.

The day DOES go by fast. Blink-of-an-eye sort of stuff. Everybody that you love the most, and everybody who cares about you and your significant other are in one room, celebrating you and your love for each other.

The next day, you get off of that high, because all that planning for (in my case) years is over! The wedding will be one of the best days of your life, which is why the next day is so sad. It’s a happy kind-of sad, as you get to spend the rest of your life with your lobster! Some people said I was crazy, and the day after their wedding was fabulous, because they didn’t have anything to stress over, so I just wanted to re-assure you, if you felt down, or are feeling down after your wedding is over, the feeling is completely normal, do NOT feel like you are the only one.

The one advice I will give is not to dwell on it. You just married your bestfriend in the whole wide world, and you are going to make so many “best day ever” moments. Don’t ruin your wedding buzz, because you’re sad it’s over.

Over the next couple of months, I will post on a series called “Going to the Chapel”. This will focus on wedding stuff, and how I tackled things like vendors, planning and budgets!

Hope you enjoy! Until next time,


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