Wedding Communication 101

Photo May 31, 15 04 32

Here are my key take-a-ways for future brides-to-be:

  1. Don’t tell your friends who aren’t invited to your wedding to help out and then ask them to scram – Not only is this considerably rude, it’s also confusing for your guests. I understand that it’s not economically feasible to invite everyone to your big day, but you should also make do’s with what you can and cannot do.
  2. Find an “A” who can help communicate – This shouldn’t be a shocker, but you’re going to be busy on your wedding day. That’s why it’s extremely important to find someone (sister, mother, maid-of-honor) who can help navigate your guests. Whoever this person is, she must be Type-A, and cannot be soft-spoken or shy as no one will listen.
  3. Wake-up! I don’t mean to be fastidious, but seriously bring your A game to your big day. If something doesn’t look right on your wedding day, perhaps it might help to wake up and address it right a way. No, you don’t need to confront anyone, just make sure you have someone available (see second point) to help voice your concerns.

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