17 Signs You're a Wedding Planning Addict

Is Pinterest your most used app, and hitched your homepage? Yep, you're a total wedding planning addict - but don't worry, we get you!

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Planning a wedding can be hard work, but it’s also extremely addictive. From those totally legit bridezilla moments to your most unreasonable wedding worries, we’ve come up with the 17 signs you’re a complete wedding planning addict.

Binge-Watching Wedding Shows

From Don’t Tell the Bride to Say Yes to the Dress (the UK and US versions, obvs), there’s no room on your Sky Planner for any other TV shows – and your other half knows enough not to grumble about it.

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Pinterest is Life

It’s probably the most visited app on your phone. You have boards for your Pinterest boards, and every possible wedding theme and colour scheme combination is covered.

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What Wedding Free Night?

Why would you want to have a night off from wedding talk, when you could spend that time talking about your wedding? It’s very interesting – even the check out girl at Tesco was thrilled to hear all about your different wines to go with the meal.

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You Understand Wedding Language

You are fluent in the language of wedmin – you know the wedding breakfast doesn’t mean cornflakes and that corkage is a thing and it’s different to cakeage.

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Everything Has Wedding Potential

You used to briskly walk past your local charity shops and car boot sales, but now you can’t resist popping in for a ‘quick browse’ – who knows, today might be the day you find that amazing vintage gem that completes your wedding décor.

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Table Plan Time

You’ve gone over your wedding table plan a thousand times and you don’t even mind. In fact, you love the power that comes with it – if you sit Sarah and James together, they might hit it off and you’ll be responsible for their blissful match!

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You Have Wedding Folders

Note the use of the plural – you have one on your work computer’s desktop, to save things you come across whilst hard at work, as well as one on your personal PC and the hard copy which you take to all your wedding meetings. Hey, it’s good to be organised, right?

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You’ve Formed Strong Opinions

You have strong opinions about things you never cared about before – David Austin roses are very different to peonies, thanks very much and they need to be the right ones to suit your wedding vision.

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All Those Wedding Dreams

Whether you’re blissfully dreaming about how wonderful your big day is going to be, or you’re having weird dreams about how you’re marrying your old maths teacher, going to sleep is no escape from the world of weddings.

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Browser Bookmarks

You used to have the sites you needed for work bookmarked on your browser, as well as ASOS for the odd spot of online shopping. Now you have hitched as your homepage. Well, why wouldn’t you?

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Revamped Reading Material

Magazines were something you flicked through whilst at the hairdressers. Now you have Perfect Wedding delivered to your door, and know exactly what day of the month You & Your Wedding hits the newsstands.

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Visiting Your Dress

You sometimes go to your dress shop just to ‘visit’ your dress. It must get lonely there on its own, so there’s no harm in stopping by to see it.

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You Love Spreadsheets

Once upon a time you used to groan if your boss asked you to pull up a spreadsheet. Now you’re an Excel pro and have them for every aspect of your day. Who knew spreadsheets could be so fun?

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You’re a Forum Fiend

You didn’t even know wedding forums were a thing until you started wedding planning. Now you find yourself engaged in earnest debates with ILoveWeddings101 about the merits of chiavari chairs over ghost chairs.

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Your New Signature

You might not be getting married for two years but you’ve already got your married signature perfected. It might look like you’re taking notes in meetings, but actually you’re deciding whether to loop the ‘Y’ in your new surname or not…

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Post-Wedding Fear

You can’t actually think about life beyond the wedding – you know it’ll happen and it won’t be so bad really, but what will you actually do without a wedding to plan?! Can you have post wedding blues before you've actually got married. 

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A Change of Career...

Actually, you could always become a professional wedding planner – you’ve had this thought quite a few times now…

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If this is completely you, don’t miss our edit of essential ‘bride’ accessories – we think you’ll love it!



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