It's a fairly common thing to never realize certain things in life until they happen to you personally.
For example, I never noticed how many people drove a Mazda until I started driving one and I never noticed how many people take online courses to get a college degree until I found myself glued to my own computer to obtain my Meteorology Degree from Mississippi State.
And since October 17th, I never noticed how many different wedding gowns, bridal shows, florists, photographers, jewelers etc. (this list could go on and on) there were until I found myself engaged and planning my own wedding.
The small details (like how you want your place cards to look) become just as important to some of us as picking your bridesmaid dresses!
For all of you who don't know, this past week on Daybreak was Wedding Week!
Typically, the weekly Daybreak interviews aren't based around a central theme (rather upcoming events). But after I was personally experiencing "all that is wedding" in my life, both Kim and our producer Beth thought a week dedicated to helping people (like myself) get their wedding's in order would be fun!
We had just about every angle of the big day covered: gowns, tuxedos, rings, flowers, food and the cake are just to name a few!
If you tuned in Wednesday, you actually had the chance to see a part of my own wedding, the cake! The caterers from A Catered Affair visited the show and brought their delicious and GORGEOUS "made from scratch" cakes with them! (If you're interested in them baking a cake for your special event, click on the hot button right here on our webchannel to learn how! THE CAKES ARE TO DIE FOR!)
Also on Wednesday, some of you had the chance to see my fiancé, Jason, as he made a quick cameo appearance at the end of the show!
Needless to say, this week was so much fun (and also very stressful making sure everyone made it on time with the right items to display!) and we hope it gave you a few ideas for your own wedding!
And if you missed any of the "Wedding Week" segments, go to the Daybreak page right here on our webchannel where we have all of the interviews posted for you to watch again and again!
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