Still pulling details together. Making phone calls. Making lists. Making calendars. Confirming guest lists. Missing my man (’cause he went to the mountains with his family for a couple days). Taking note of how other weddings are done (there was one here at KWT just yesterday).
Note to self: Do not have lots of big candles at the reception. Also, if you do, make sure they will last all the way through and not have to be blown out partway through the reception. Because if you blow out 20 candles that are right behind the head table, the smoke detector above the head table will be alerted to smoke in the area. This in turn causes the fire alarm in the KWT Main Building to start going off. To the 125 people in the lounge, especially those seated directly under the fire alarm, it is a deafening noise. If all of the above happens, be sure that SOMEONE with keys is around. And it would be an excellent idea if that person with keys also knows which key to use to open the little brain box, and what to do to make the alarm be quiet again.
Yes. Note to self: Do NOT have very many candles that may need to be blown out halfway through the reception!
As I was saying, you can learn LOTS from other people’s weddings!