Why You Need A Personal Policy To Survive Wedding Season

Vix xxx

  1. Megan

    June 5th, 2018 at 18:50

    YES VIX! I love this post.

    I’ve had to say no to a few weddings lately because I simply cannot afford to go. They’ve both been weddings of people who I haven’t spoken to in years so I just couldn’t justify spending a few hundred pounds on their wedding! It was one of those ones where you feel like you’ve just been invited to make up numbers! MELT!

  2. Verity Dignitas

    June 6th, 2018 at 18:17

    Can’t believe I’m the only person to comment on this! Totally agree btw Vix – you do you! Xoxo

  3. Madeleine

    June 7th, 2018 at 12:15

    I’m getting married next month and honestly all I expect from my guests is if they can come, they do. I don’t care about what they wear (if you want to wear your pjs, cool), I totally understand that it might be too far/expensive/just not their thing and I respect that. I’ve been the guest before and I just bear that in mind. The people that will be there will hopefully have a good time and that’s great. I should say I am so laid back, I don’t care about all the faff, my dress hasn’t even arrived from the dressmaker yet. It’s all fine.

  4. last year's girl

    June 11th, 2018 at 16:28

    I didn’t get as much out of that Sarah Knight book as everybody else seemed to – I think because a lot of it wasn’t all that revolutionary for me, as I was already long past the point of giving away precious fucks? – but the “personal policy” bit was a bit of a game-changer. Definitely easier to adopt for hen parties you have to travel to than “my anxiety means I will have a shite time sharing a room in a cottage somewhere with some drunk pals of yours I hardly know, but I wish you all the best”, anyway.

    That’s a fab outfit on you.