I don’t think anyone sets out to spoil their own wedding, but I might be wrong. considering the fact so many people opt for the Don’ts instead of the Dos there might be some kind of self sabotage gene at work. If you want to make your special day a special disaster, here’s how.
I WANT MY WEDDING THE WAY I WANT MY WEDDING!!!
Considering this may be the first time you are getting married you know absolutely nothing about it. To make this kind of ‘spoiled brat’ proclamation means that an absolutely Newbie is about to take control of a craft she has never piloted before. this is going to lead inexorably to disaster.
HERE IS WHERE I WANT TO GET MARRIED!!
If ‘Here’ is in one’s neighbourhood, if it’s a place one has attended all their lives along with family and friends that is one thing. If it’s some ‘All Inclusive’ Hotel somewhere that is another.
Firstly, how many people have the money to fly to Paradise now for your wedding? How many people have the time or inclination? Hence you’ve just cut your gust list by about 90%.
Second of all, these All Inclusives charge per guest. That means if someone who might have been your best friend from Primary School arrives, he or she can’t get in unless someone comes down NOW and pays something like $100.
Thirdly, these Hotels book four or more weddings a day. That means you can’t have this room, you can’t have that terrace, and you have to move from here to there NOW. You’ll see lots of brides traipsing around from room to room, floor to floor in a constant conveyor belt. That sure does lessen the import of your special day.
ALIENATE PARENTS AND CLOSE RELATIVES
Few acts can ruin a wedding better than having it as a virtual insult to your parents or close relatives. Whether it is the religious ceremony adopted or non adopted, whether it is a scheduling of speeches to leave out certain people, whether it is designing the kind of Bridal Party which is sure to insult, having the kind of Wedding which leaves people refusing to come or crying in the bathroom is the result.
FOCUS ON THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Too many Brides take their wedding as some kind of photo op and spend hours posing for the camera while guests languish. If you are the kind to want to pretend to be a Super model, have most of your photos taken before the Wedding in staged environments so that the actual ceremony doesn’t become secondary to the whims of the photographer.
If you follow these steps you will have a Wedding people will rank as the worst for yers to come and outside of your wedding album thee will be no actual memories of what happened on that day, save that it was the last time your mother spoke to you.