Weddings are an outstanding symbol of the love and devotion two people can share. They play an important role in families and communities and come with a lot of expectations that may not be entirely realistic. Your big day can be more of a headache than a celebration if you’re not careful, so here are a few tips on how to avoid falling into the trap of wedding planning myths.

1. It’s All About The Bride

Okay, yes, you’re the bride and a lot of the attention is going to be focused on you.  However, there are lots of people who see your wedding as a celebration for them, as well. This includes friends and family members who have supported your relationship and helped you two get to where you are now. It’s not just about you and your dress, no matter how wonderful it is. Wedding planning myths like this one can result in brides behaving very badly (think Bridezilla!), and that’s not helpful for anyone.  Understand that you’ll probably have to compromise a time or two, and try to handle it with grace.


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