5 Best Tips
for Happy & Stress-free Wedding Planning
Keep a gratitude list. Once you start looking for the people who are helpful, you will be amazed at the network of support you have for every step of your planning.
Say a sincere thank you to everyone who helps you. Start a gratitude list, and make a point to thank each person along the way who helps you.
Look for the good in every situation, even when your plans go awry. Always look for the triumvirate of blessings: seek out the good, the gold, and God.
Find joy and humor in the process of creating your wedding. Keep smiling, and find ways to laugh, love yourself, and have fun during this special time.
Interview and select your officiating Celebrant. Email or call me if I can help you create a meaningful, personal and unique ceremony.
Things to Consider When Planning Your Wedding
If you just got engaged, congratulations! This can be one of the happiest, most loving experiences of your life. But it can also be stressful! Before you start planning the million details that will be part of your wedding, let’s take a moment to get grounded in the practices that will help you be ‘stress-free!”
There are countless guides and unending advice for planning your wedding. My suggestions are not about venue, colors, guests lists, or menu. They are about your attitude and your joy through this process.
Below are my FIVE BEST TIPS for being happy and stress-free while making your wedding plans.
“We had a very traditional Scottish service, with Irish and American elements, at Castle McCulloch. I am from Scotland and married an Irish American, and we could not have had a more interesting, entertaining, heartfelt, or organized ceremony. Holly took time to get to know us so that the service could be personal and formal at the same time.”
— Catriona & Bradley Dunphy
The Process is Easy
Here's Holly's process and what to expect when working with her:
"Holly not only created a unique ceremony but helped give thoughtful consideration to other details for our special day - including coordinating with our DJ and musicians for musical cues."
— Kim & Ryan Bailey