Wednesday, June 18, 2014

10 Worst Things That Could Happen On Your Wedding Day

Are you one of those people who NEED to plan ahead no matter what? You need to be prepared for every situation, especially the ones at your wedding. Here is a list of the worst things that could go wrong at your wedding.

1. Having a bridesmaid, or guest spill their drink on your dress
    This is a major no, no in the wedding world. If you want to avoid this happening. Drink white wine or champagne instead of red. Better yet drink water if you can. And try to be weary people with colorful drinks.


2. A Bridesmaid or Groomsmen is MIA
    You can try to avoid this one by making sure everyone has alarms set if you have a morning wedding. The most common thing is that they sleep in. Or have the maid of honors job be to make sure the wedding party is on their toes with phone call check ups.


3. Weather is Threatening
     Always, always, have a back up plan when it comes to any kind of outdoor wedding. You never know what is going to happen, even weather reports have been known to be wrong.


4. LOTS of Unexpected Guests Show Up
    It's hard to avoid this if its going to happen. If extra guests do show up, let your wedding coordinator handle it. They will figure out the food and chair arrangements. Don't let little things get you down, they probably came with the best intentions.


5. During The Ceremony A Baby or A Cell Phone Keeps Going Off 
  If you are worried the babies might ruin the ceremony, ask for very young children not to attend, or hire a babysitter to entertain them during the ceremony. Also, have your ushers or someone in the bridal party quietly remind people to turn their cells off.

6. During His Toast, The Best Man Says Something Really Inappropriate 
    Avoid this by letting them know ahead of time, whats acceptable and whats not. If its too late, just quickly move on and hopefully everyone will forget shortly.


7. Last Minute, A Family Member Changes In To A Horrible Outfit
    Make sure you talk to everyone and let them know you want them to stay in a certain style/color range, if thats important to you. If it happens anyway, just let it go. Everyone is paying attention to the bride and groom anyway. Don't let that spoil it.


8. Your Flower Girl Refuses To Walk Down The Isle 
    You have to practice practice practice with young kids. Most do fine at the rehearsal and get nervous at the main ceremony. If you sense it happening, have them walk down with a bridesmaid.


9. One Of The Guests Has An Allergic Reaction To The Food
Put on the RSVP card for them to let you know if anyone has a food allergy. Make sure there are items they can eat.

10. Your Bridesmaid Had A BreakUp And Is Teary At The Wedding
      Make sure you give her plenty of attention about her break up before the wedding happens. Make sure she gets all her feelings out and doesn't bottle them up and explode at your wedding.

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