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11 Things Your Wedding Planner Won't Tell You

Event coordinators like godsends for many brides. Planning a wedding is hard work, and having someone to handle many of the details can take a massive weight off of any brides shoulders. However - even though she is a huge help, your event planner isn't going to tell you everything!


1.  Something is going to go wrong.
All the planning in the world cannot prevent at least one or two small mishaps on the big day. Accidents happen. Your event planner may not tell you this, but it's important that you expect the unexpected.

2.  If your parents are paying, you may not get the wedding you want.
Footing the bill sometimes gives parents a sense of entitlement in the decision-making process, and you may not feel like you can get in a word in edgewise. Having your parents help fund your wedding can be a huge help financially, but keep in mind that there might be some unexpected repercussions.

3.  You have to make decisions.
No planner wants to work with a bridezilla, but an indecisive bride c…

Tips For Keeping Your Cool On Your Big Day

Your wedding day is finally here! After months of planning and seemingly endless preparations, you are more than ready to sit back, relax, and let the day take its course. It's all smooth sailing from here!

As lovely as this sounds, very few brides actually get to experience this blissfully relaxing scene. Most weddings are filled with last-minute preparations that were not finished ahead of time and coordinating all of the last-minute details - and that doesn't even take into account the time each bride needs to get herself ready! Not only that, but brides are often overcome and overwhelmed by the fact that they are about to take the plunge and officially - legally - tie themselves to their new husbands.

With so much to think about on the day of the wedding, it's no wonder that many brides find themselves stressed and a bit frazzled. It shouldn't have to be that way, though; you will only live your wedding day once, and you should take the opportunity to relax and enjoy…