5 True Wedding Disasters That Happened

Planning the Big Day is, most definitely, one of the most stressful things you have ever done. Sometimes, no matter how careful you are with all the details, small things can slip out of your reach.  They can grow into full-fledged wedding disasters before you even realize what happened.

The most important thing is that you are prepared for whatever comes your way and that you know how to do everything in your power to avoid some of the worst mistakes from happening. For example, what are some true wedding disasters that happened? Read on and find out more!

5 True Wedding Disasters That Happened

  • The groom disappeared. Or so at least it was thought. One bride told the story about how her groom was nowhere to be found with less than one hour to go before the wedding. As it turned out, he had simply gone out for a walk, but didn’t take his phone with him!
  • The rings disappeared. Not only have you paid a lot of money for these rings, but they are more than meaningful for your love story.   They are important in the course of the Big Day too. To make sure they don’t disappear before the wedding, remember not to leave the ring bearer unattended with the rings.
  • The hair went green. In general, it is highly advisable that you don’t make any major changes to your look right before the wedding day. For instance, one bride tells the story of how she dyed her hair blonde before the wedding.  Then they bathed in the pool.  The next morning that her hair had gone completely green.
  • The photographer disappeared. Having any vendor pulling a disappearing act is a true nightmare for every couple – so, to make sure there will always be a plan B, talk to your photographer and discuss what happens in case they cannot make it to the wedding. Also, see if you have friends who might take the role for the Big Day, just in case the photographer cannot be reached in any way.
  • Someone comes dressed in white. This is your Big Day and you have all the right to want to feel special – so, if someone comes dressed in white, try to ignore the fact. Mistakes can happen – and even if it was intentional, you cannot actually send that person back home to change her clothes. Just avoid her, do not include her in the pictures if it makes you feel uncomfortable, and discusses with her after the wedding.

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