Because some of my imaginary friends are getting married on the Fouth of July.
Planning an imaginary wedding is much better than planning the real thing. The sky is the limit and money is no object. But a three-day destination wedding in the south of France won’t really do for this couple. They’re keeping it close to home. Family and barbecue.
Most of the details will never make it to the page, but I like to have the whole thing pictured in my head so that what the reader does see feels grounded.
You can check out my Pinterest board for a Fourth of July Wedding here.
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