When it comes to planning your dream wedding, finding Mr. Right is the easy part.
Unless you’re equal parts Martha Stewart, hostage negotiator, and organizational ninja, wedding planning has the capacity to drive brides to the brink of elopement. (It happened to a girl I know; her story involves a drive-thru wedding.)
But for those of you busy planning your special day, congratulations! We here at Babble just love a good wedding. While we anxiously await our invitation in the mail, we offer these 20 wedding planning pitfalls you’ll want to avoid; after the jump!
Invite people you don't like
This one’s tricky, especially when it comes to family and crappy co-workers. Your wedding day is supposed to be a day that brings you joy. If someone has the power to cast a dark shadow on your wedding day, make the decision that will bring you the greatest peace of mind.
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What else shouldn’t you do when planning a wedding?
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