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Bobbi Jo Make sure you're not too
tired or too drunk to have sex
Fortin Spend the extra money on
a GOOD photographer! Its worth every cent!
disposable cameras. The pictures your friends and family take are so much more personal
and fun. Lots cheaper than a pro!
Tiffany You don't have to do a
unity candle if you don't want to. A 10 year old+ candle is a waxy, sticky,
Have food and
TONS of water for the wedding party during the day (while getting ready, before
ceremony/during pictures). And make sure to have a sewing kit for those little
disasters. (a girl stepped on my dress and I had to sew the seam back together
and also four out of seven of the girls' eye hooks.)
take 5 minutes
and be by yourselves before the reception!!!
If you really
want to get married, be smart about it. Go to Vegas, spend $1000 on the
ceremony and your hotel, and save the rest of your money for a house to get
your life started on the right track. We did the same many years ago...best
thing we could have ever done!
Tami White chalk hides most
stains on a wedding dress.:)
Do NOT let your
mother plan your wedding!! Biggest mistake I ever made!!
Don't sweat he
small stuff on your wedding day, its not about the stuff anyways and Im sure
your friends and family wont care if someone forgot to put the favors out.
Save your money
for your honeymoon you will always remember it and your guests will not
remember all the details from your wedding day anyway!!!
Don't listen to
the people who say 'don't do it'. They are unhappy, if you are truly in love
you will know it and will be happy you did!
Genevieve As a Wedding Photographer
myself...DO NOT SKIMP OUT ON WEDDING PHOTOS! You will regret it if you get
crappy photos of your once in a lifetime day! I am getting married in 7 months,
destination wedding and I am bringing my own photog. . .someone I can trust to
do the job right!
Do not get
pressured into doing or having something at your wedding because some one else
thinks you should. It is your wedding do want you want to do.