And there are things no one ever tells you about the action of planning, such as figuring out who will return all of those plates and glasses you might have rented for your offsite wedding. Here are some more of the things no one ever tells you about wedding day.
Not Many Care About the Cost
Some weddings seems to have been sold on the idea that expensive is best, and this isn’t actually the case for your guests. The important thing is that they have a nice place to gather, eating decent food and watching you and your soon to be spouse tie the knot. The rest is about your preference. Don’t feel pressured into a huge and expensive wedding if what you really want is a small family gathering, and vise versa. Some want to celebrate the moment for what it is: an incredible occasion in the great journey of life.
The bottom line? Do what’s right for you.
All the Little Things
Mismatched linens, a few dirty plates or clouds on your beautiful day shouldn’t wreck anything about your wedding. They are inconvenient, and perhaps unprofessional, but they aren’t worth ruining the day for. It helps to put someone in charge of these things, someone who isn’t your already too busy wedding planner, so you can focus on prepping for your vows (which are already going to have you knots at the altar).