It'll highlight your strengths and make you painfully aware of your weaknesses. You'll find out just how patient you really are and whether or not you have knack for DIY projects (spoiler alert: most of us don't). From personality traits to bad habits, here are 10 things planning a wedding will teach you about yourself.
1. You actually don't care what people think.
Even though you're constantly asking for their opinions on everything from the dress to the dinner menu. You can't help yourself! Secretly (or not so secretly), you're simply seeking validation of your own ideas. And if they don't agree with you? Well, eff them! Kidding...kind of.
2. And you're like, really indecisive.
So many decisions to make! What caterer to pick. Do you want a live band or a DJ? How many people should you invite? Do your single bridesmaids automatically get a plus one? Will you have a specific color scheme or not? Turns out, Pinterest is a deep, dark rabbit hole of ideas, ah!
3. But super duper organized, or uh, not at all.
If there's one thing wedding planning will shine a spotlight on, it's you're organizational skills. You've either got 'em or you don't. Hmm, maybe you should have hired a wedding planner after all?
4. You're a total perfectionist.
You only have one chance (knock on wood) to get this right! And you won't settle for anything less than perfect when it comes to your big day. Memories may fade, but pictures last forever, duh.