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Breaking the Rules: Wedding Advice To Ignore

  • Hire your friends; it's the same as hiring a vendor.

So your BFF creates amazing flower arrangements for her home. The photographs of her children? Nearly perfect. Even if this is the case, it is still worth your while to hire a vendor who specializes in providing these various services for a living. Not only will they be well versed in planning and preparation for larger events, you won't run the risk of ruining a lifelong friendship!

  • It's your day! Who cares what he wants?

Every girl has had dreams of her wedding day. While you may have had the entire event, including flowers, seating chart, and location planned for years, it's his day too. While he may not care about flowers or whether or not you opt for royal blue shoes, take the time to consider his requests. Not only may he come up with something brilliant, weddings are about celebrating the union of two people. More importantly, with marriage comes compromise. A lot of compromise. This is a great place to start!

  • Avoid cliché ideas/that's already been done!

Yes, At Last was played at the last 4 weddings to which you were invited. Yeah, Butterfly Kisses tends to make it's way into rotation for numerous father/daughter dances. That in mind, clichés are what they are for a reason. This day is yours and you're there to celebrate your union. If you've always dreamed of having specific music, foods, or anything else, don't give a second thought to it being 'too popular'. While originality is important, so is ensuring your day is special. Weddings come in many shapes, sizes, and with numerous traditions. Something borrowed, something blue? You hear it all the time, and yet we love it anyway.

  • Stay within your original budget.

No, you shouldn't mortgage your house, max out your credit cards, and take out additional loans to pay for your dream wedding. You should leave room to be flexible when it comes to things you may find to be a priority. If you can't get that designer gown out of your head, perhaps you can look at other areas where you may be able to cut back. How important are elaborate flower arrangments? Do you need a photographer to attend every event you've planned for the entire weekend? Don't be afraid to shift budgeted funds from one line item to another. Once you zero in on priorities, you'll quickly discover where you may not need to spend nearly as much as you originally thought.

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