10 wedding disasters to avoid
The Big day is approaching, or may already be upon you.
Its one of the most important days of your life, along with your partner, so what are the main things that you need to avoid to make sure your wedding doesn't end with same day divorce!
- The Wedding Rings
Important to keep these Well protected and to avoid losing them, keep them in a safe storage place, inside their box, and then inside an even larger box. Mark it accordingly, and when the big day arrives, they can be kept in the larger boxes, until the best man is ready to leave, and can concentrate on then keeping the ring a short distance only.
- The Photographer
You want some good memories for the big day, and many a photo album has been ruined by the hiring of a friend who has used a camera only a few times. Pay the extra for a reputable wedding photographer, one who has been working as a photographer for 20+ years.
- The Venue
The Venue must be agreed upon by the couple, if you don't like churches, then don't get married in a church. If your after a small wedding, is there a possibility of abroad to a nice sunny beach? Choose an environment that you will feel happy in, not one that everybody has used.
- The Outfits
To follow on from the venue, the outfits must be suitable to work well in your chosen venue. If your after a traditional wedding then the long dresses, will work well. Be sure to avoid a dress that shows more of what you are trying to hide, than a dress that will compliment your figure. Face veils are a no go. Unless your very ugly, then avoid these totally.
- The Transport
To get to your venue, jumping in a quick taxi, or asking Jimmy to give you a lift, is out of the question. Use a proper transport firm, that in the event of a vehicle breakdown ( yes it can happen) can provide a very fast backup. If you would like a horse & carriage, spare a thought for the bride, who's horse bolted after a scare and left her with a broken arm in the middle of the road.
- The Food
- The guest List
- The Dancing
- The honeymoon
- The Stag & Hen Nights