7 Common Wedding Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

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If you are lucky enough to find the one and had the love of your life give you that special moment that every women longs for when they get down on one knee and pop the question, then you are now in the process of planning your big day. You probably feel like you are floating in the sky while being overwhelmed with all of the decisions you have to make in the next couple of months. You have probably visioned your dream wedding all your life. It is now time to make those dreams come true. This process can be extremely fun as long as you know what to avoid so that you do not end up with a disaster.

1. Never choose your wedding party to quickly. You most likely already have an idea of who you would want to be in your wedding party because they are usually your closest friends or family but be cautious in choosing too quickly. After you get engaged, your emotions are heightened and you may want to jump on it too fast. This is a mistake. Take your time in choosing and never let other people pick for you! You are not under any obligation because this is your day.

2. Under no circumstances should you choose the wedding dress that your mom likes the best. Of course, you want her to like your wedding dress but remember that this is your day so do not give up the one you love for the one she loves.

3. You need to keep in mind that yes, it is your day but do not lose sight of your guests as well. Your guests’ happiness is a very important part of the results of your wedding. Make your selections appeal to everyone.

4. Do not schedule your wedding ceremony and reception too far apart. If they are hours and hours apart, this will make your guests irritated and they will most likely not be in the party mood anymore.

5. Never have your wedding in an uncomfortable setting. The setting should be comfortable for everyone in your wedding and the guests at your wedding. Even if your dream wedding is set in the middle of the summer or dead of winter outside, this may not appeal everyone.

6. This is probably the most important rule when planning a wedding. Never exclude your groom ladies. He is the one that proposed to you in the first place so do not forget that. Unless he says otherwise, always include him in the planning and decision making.

7. Last but not least, do not forget about yourself, the bride. Do not try and please everyone else when planning for your big day. It is yours and your groom’s, no one else’s. It is of course important to make sure that your wedding party and your guests are happy but just do not forget about making yourself happy in the process.

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