She is an LDS convert and is super excited about her upcoming temple wedding, as she should be! I agreed to help her with wedding stuff, but quickly realized I was probably NOT going to have a wedding and can finally understand (and 100% agree) with my friend Jamie's idea of eloping. 100%.
I'm a minimalist. I hate spending money unnecessarily! It makes me cringe.
We were sitting and she was telling me how much everything was going to cost ($2,000 for pictures, $2,700 for the venue, wedding cake $200 dress, $1,200, food $500, flowers $1,800, honeymoon $1000+)
Not to mention any other expenses!
That's almost $10,000 for one day.
Now. I know that's not the norm, but I almost had a panic attack just going dress shopping with her looking at the prices, although she looked drop dead GORGEOUS.
I hate shopping.
When I go shopping, whether grocery shopping, or for clothes, I always bring a list with me. I rarely deviate from said list and know exactly what I want when I walk in.
The dresses. Oh the dresses. I was overwhelmed walking through each store we went through. My anxiety would not allow me to pick a dress in a store. The back and forth of choosing one??! Oh no. I would almost certainly need to order one online.
I don't like cake or finger foods.
Any other desert will do, but cake I just don't like! Plus, finger foods bother me. What are we, squirrels?!!? If I'm going to eat at a wedding please let it be a MEAL.
It's not about the family.
Despite what people think, no it is NOT about the family. Sure, family can be apart of your wedding, but at the end of the day the wedding is for the bride and groom! Don't let a nagging mother in law drive you crazy with floral selections.
Long story short, I will not be having a huge crazy wedding. I will probably have an earthy themed wedding in a park somewhere with homemade food, deserts and a friend as the photographer. Also an under $500 dress (or homemade), HOMEMADE bouquets and save money for a honeymoon!!
So anyways enough of that. After dress shopping we went to go grub in downtown Provo. We settled on Bruges Waffles and Frites after snagging some pops from a local restaurant next door.
|haven't had this since Minnesota! |
Had to get some!
I had a sandwich made from a waffle, to be honest it wasn't that good. I thought it was going to be more cheesy than it was. But the fries. Dear GOODNESS the Fries. They were amaaaaazing. Perfectly crispy! Just enough salt! Why is it always the FREAKING FRIES!?
We were just eating and having a good ole time. Don't mind the faces.
|I wish this sandwich had|
more cheese though..
|Clink Clink Clink!!|
I highly recommend this place! It is superb!!
Well that's all I have for today.