Wedding planning can feel so lonely - especially when you have a chronic illness or disability - and I hope the Spoonie Bride Project helps alleviate that. Part of the project is to help vendors understand the needs of this base of their clientele. The 8 questions include the final, "What would you want a vendor to know?"
The Spoonie Bride Project exists to be a single source of information for brides with any condition to come for information about their day. It also provides to serve as a source of confidence to say, "Yes, I have X, but she did Y!"
1.The Groom Panicks My groom came running into my bridal suite - that is, my childhood bedroom - screaming about how no one had the time to help him tie his bow tie. His father would be ashamed of him and give him a hard time. Never once did he call me beautiful, or seem… Continue reading 6 Wedding Mistakes You Will Laugh Off Later
How to choose a wedding dress when you have a chronic illness.
My Spoonie wedding, my advice to other Spoonie brides, and our experience.
How grateful I am for my fiancé, Bear, for sticking through the trial chronic pain has made me during our engagement.
It’s almost a month left until my wonderful, creekside spoonie wedding, and I’m left with some thoughts. Photo credit: Tauni Joy photography Communication is hard. Love is hard. It can be scary. Love is a literal battlefield, but as long as you and your partner are on the same team fighting for each other, it’s… Continue reading The book of love
There is an old Final Fantasy meme that comes from a translation error. In every Final Fantasy game, a character uses the insult, "You spoony bard!" The internet took off running with it, and so did my fiance when I was first diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in August 2019. I was suffering for months and losing… Continue reading You Spoonie Bard!