Here are some of the worst mistakes all brides make when they walk down the aisle.
It’s your special day and you decide how you want to celebrate it, but having someone to marry could potentially make your wedding more enjoyable.
It may seem like an uncomfortable conversation, but failure to do so will result in the Church attaining half of all your possessions in the event of a divorce.
She’s not gonna cause a big scene, but you still don’t want her staring daggers at you the whole time. And it’s not like she didn’t have her chance with Greg.
You probably shouldn’t have had your bachelorette party the night before anyway, but at the very least, you should’ve sent the oiled-up stud home by now.
Never ideal, but if it happens, it happens.
Weddings can be stressful, but that’s no excuse to have a Freaky Friday experience and switch bodies with your 70-year-old mom so that she can deal with your fiancé’s family.
Guests will not enjoy having to pose for several hours in order to capture the moment.
Ugh. Who knew your future husband was such a chatty Cathy when it came to vows?
This can put a serious damper on the evening.
Oftentimes brides are so exhausted leading up to their wedding that they snooze their alarm through the whole thing, only to hear about how fun it was from those who did attend.
If the ceremony starts at 3 p.m., you’ll come off as a little too eager if you show up anytime before 5.