Tying the Knot in a Meaningful and Memorable Way (Without Losing Our Savings or Sanity)

Monday, October 12, 2009

The Office





Did you catch the wedding episodes of The Office? If not, here they are...

And here were some of the themes:
  1. Be cautious with your guest list. Your guests will set the tone for your wedding (for better or worse!). Invite people that you really like (and don't feel obligated to invite all your colleagues.) Of course you may feel obligated to invite a close family member (or two!) that you don't particularly like, but try to stick to your guns and populate your wedding with people you truly want to be around.
  2. Glitches will happen, and, at the end of the day, the only thing that really matters is the love between you and your partner and the commitment you're making to each other.
  3. One strategy for immersing yourself fully in the moment and being mindful of the day is to take mental photographs of the moments you want to cherish forever.
Some food for thought!


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4 comments:

andreaunplugged said...

This is one of my favorite shows! I know a lot of people didn't particularly like this episode, but I really did. I thought it was sweet that Pam and Jim went off on their own to the Maid of the Mist, so they could have their moment. That's one thing I think is important, have a little bit of time that's just the two of you.

Cove Girl said...

I was laughing so hard I cried. I know they're fictional characters, but seeing their characters happy to be in each others presence and married thrills me. My favorite parts. . . Dwight kicking the bridesmaid in the face and Jim cutting off his tie, keeping things in perspective for the day and the woman he loves. Sigh, if only all men were like him. Forget about prince charming. . .I want Jim:)

Sophie said...

Got married two days ago, and watching this episode was the first thing we did yesterday when coming home from the hotel. I did cry. :p

Ten Thousand Only said...

i cried at the end of the show.

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