For me, the worst part of the two months before the wedding was scheduling. Scheduling bridesmaids, scheduling groomsmen, scheduling parents, scheduling vendors, scheduling other random people helping us, and above all else, scheduling ourselves. I feel like I spent half of my days in July emailing people (and I swear I did spend 4+ hours a day doing this on wayyyyyyy more days than I and the people I was emailing would have liked).
This is what would have made having a wedding planner worth it to me. Having someone else worry about how the flowers were going to get to the ceremony and who would put them up and letting said person know when and how to put them up would have been so worth the money if we had had it. But we didn't, and I was the only person who knew everything that needed to happen, when it needed to be done, and who was going to do it.
It was maddening. I couldn't sleep without first going over a million details in my head. In fact, I didn't have a full night's sleep for almost two months before the wedding, and this was the biggest reason why. I let it get to me way, way more than I should have.
Also, I should have put more on Daniel's plate so that I didn't feel the need to do everything myself. Or maybe delegated some of the figuring out of stuff to our parents or something. It didn't really occur to me. Of course, I wasn't all too happy with how behind on his stuff Daniel was at the time or with the "it'll work itself out" attitude he had toward this kind of stuff (it totally DID NOT work itself out, btw), and he was soon dealing with his own personal Hell, so I would have had to do it in the end anyway. But it was bad. Really, really bad. And not just for me but for the wedding party as well. I sometimes emailed them 3+ times a day and felt horrible about it, but it was necessary because things STILL went wrong when the day finally came.
This is the one thing that really sucked but I don't think I could have done much differently anyway, apart from trying to figure out scheduling farther in advance. Somebody had to know everything, and it was me. Our coordinator probably could have helped, but, well, we'll get to that soon. For now, let's just say circumstances beyond our control were involved.
If I learned anything from all of this though, it's that I never want to do it again. Thus the not wanting to run my own business. Scheduling is a nightmare. When there are more than a few people involved, all with different schedules and priorities, it's even more of a nightmare. And if you can get someone else to do all this for you, do it. Seriously. It's worth it.
Did you/will you have to schedule everything for your wedding yourself? Was it a nightmare for you?