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5 Common Wedding Planning Myths That Can Ruin Your Big Day

5 Common Wedding Planning Myths That Can Ruin Your Big Day

Planning a wedding is a unique experience for each couple. Once the excitement of getting engaged wears down, the realities of wedding planning become more evident. Unfortunately, there are plenty of falsehoods concerning how to go about this all-important process. Luckily, we have done some research and compiled a list of 5 top wedding planning myths you should avoid. So, be informed and steer clear of these sneaky lies when planning your wedding:

  1. Wedding planners are a waste of time and money

When you fall sick, do you ask a tailor to prescribe medication? Of course not! It’s common sense that a tailor wouldn’t be qualified to provide medical advice. In the same way, if you have never planned a wedding before, then there is a high chance that you don’t know what you’re doing either. Contrary to popular belief, wedding planners aren’t a luxury; they are a necessity. So, if you’re going to invest so much time and money into your wedding decor, catering and other aspects, then you might as well have the right team to help you through. Remember, failing to plan is merely planning to fail, so get an expert wedding planner today and watch your dreams become a reality.

  1. You must include EVERYONE in your guest list

There is some unspoken pressure that comes with picking the guest list for your wedding. If you feel compelled to invite everyone to your wedding, then unfortunately you have fallen for this common myth. Don’t allow yourself to bow to the pressure of inviting someone to your wedding just because they invited you to theirs. After all, it’s your big day, so you should make the final decision on who you want present.

  1. You must spend a ridiculous amount of money on your wedding

This is another common myth that needs to be debunked. There are several ways to save money on your wedding without having to compromise on beauty and style. For example, you can request your bridesmaids to chip in with the cost of their dresses. In addition, you could hire your dream wedding gown instead of buying it. All these help you to plan your perfect day while still remaining within the budget.

  1. You must have a traditional bridal party

Have you always believed that you need to have an equal number of bridesmaids and groomsmen? Or that your mum can’t be your maid of honor? Well, be informed that it’s all a myth! Your wedding is about celebrating those you love. So, if you happen to have more bridesmaids than your fiancé’s groomsmen, simply embrace the moment and forget about trying to fit a certain ideal.

  1. It’s all about the bride (and not the groom)

Society wants us to believe that weddings are all about the bride. Unfortunately, many couples believe this myth and hence they miss the amazing opportunity to incorporate some great ideas from the groom-to-be. Including your groom in the planning process could be done by meeting the suppliers together and even asking him what he would like on the big day. All this ensures that you have an amazing day that reflects both your personalities.

 

 

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