It just so happens there are a lot of them, but here’s one that caught our eye.
Nothing says “I love you” like portraying that you’re broke in wedding pictures that will most likely be immortalized.
Weddings have a way to bring out the best and the worst in people. Many times you will find yourself having conversations with friends and family that you never imagined possible. It seems like everyone becomes a wedding expert the moment you are engaged, filling your ears with advice. At times the advice you receive is very useful and turns your wedding better than you had originally imagined, but what happens when the advice all sounds like nonsense? You must know when to agree and disagree, letting your loved ones down easily or even pretending to take their advice into consideration for the duration of the conversation.
Many times mothers and in-laws think they know the best way to go about planning your wedding. Mothers become the decision maker for many things, even the dress. This isn’t necessarily the best way to plan your wedding, remember they have already had their own wedding and now it is your turn to plan and decide. Brides must be very careful when planning their weddings, and oftentimes mothers, sisters, cousins, in-laws, and even wedding planners become overly wise and think they know whats best for you. This can become a very big issue and leave the bride and groom unsatisfied and resentful about their wedding.
Remaining assertive about your wants and needs when it comes to your wedding is extremely important. Not to be confused with turning into a bridezilla that in turn no one wants to help or be around. It is always good to hear other peoples thoughts and opinions about a situation, and getting a second opinion has always been popular advice given to people for just about anything. However, it is your wedding and you have every right to make the decisions that are best for yourself and your partner. Reminding everyone that although everything they do and say is greatly appreciated by you and your partner, that you have the final say in the decision making will help alleviate any tensions between those advice givers.
Planning a wedding isn’t easy, and it can become very stressful and at times it may feel that you don’t even want a wedding anymore. Those are the moments where you should take a step back, take a deep breath and zone everyone out. No matter what you do or say chances are that you will have at least one person nagging about everything and telling you the correct way to do things. Just remember to be patient and respectfully assertive, the more you keep to yourself and hold your ground the easier your wedding plans and choosing a custom wedding dress will become. A wedding is a team effort, remember to always include your partner in the decision making, you will find at times that by doing so the decisions have now become less stressful than before. Always remember, this is your wedding not theirs.