I realize that our wedding planning is almost completely done, and I have scarcely posted a word about that process. I don’t know what all of these people are talking about when they describe wedding planning as being one of the most stressful things. Currently, the only thing that is causing me any amount of stress when it comes to wedding planning is whether or not David will ever get his suit delivered from Neiman Marcus. However, since it has been four months since I have ordered my gown, I am getting mildly nervous about that. But it isn’t anything remotely stressful at this point in time.
Or how about this one to top off your Disney experience?
Disney calls it “Bridge to Happiness.” I call it, one whiff away from a sugar/cheesiness induced coma.
David was fond of the Earthquake cake (which just coincidentally happened to be the most expensive cake on the list).
Something about the idea of an “Earthquake Cake” conjured up this disturbing mental image to me of starting out your marriage on a shaky foundation, and I just wasn’t an enthusiastic supporter of the notion.
Instead, I favored the cakes that had an Austen-like appeal to me. They seemed traditional and elegant in a very Sense and Sensibility-type way.
Unfortunately, David didn’t share my romantic sensibilities. So we didn’t select any of these cakes for our big day. I won’t ruin the surprise of what our cake will look like (there isn’t a picture anyway, because it isn’t a cake that Disney had done before exactly; we brought in some of our own elements).
Delicious cake, there is another incentive for people to come to Florida on March 28.
Wedding made simple, there is a big incentive for having your wedding reception at Disney World.