As a professional designer and avid doodler, I live for the creativity and story behind a good doodle. Jim Henson has a whole book about how the Muppets started as doodles and I'm sure he didn't let anyone tell him to stop. Funny thing tho, when we look at history... “In the 17th century, a doodle was a simpleton or a fool, as in “Yankee Doodle.” In the 18th century, it became a verb, and it meant to swindle or ridicule or to make fun of someone. In the 19th century, it was a corrupt politician. And today “To doodle officially means to dawdle, to dilly dally, to monkey around, to make meaningless marks, to do something of little value, substance and,” my personal favorite, “to do nothing.” So, are doodles nothing more than chicken scratches out of boredom, or could they the beginning of a timeless masterpiece? Let's ask Kermit.
When it comes to sketching ideas for your wedding, go for it! Do not hold back. This could be the start of something absolutely fabulous!