When my fiancée and I decided to tie the knot, we promised that we wouldn't stress about planning our special day. We were smart. We wouldn't succumb to the dumb world of creating wars for months on end around an ephemeral four-hour affair. Then it happened.
Brides have to stick together. After all, no one better understands why it's of the utmost importance that you have Vanda orchids and not Dendrobium orchids in your centerpieces. So let's not piss each other off, okay?
Brides-to-be, unless you believe in the evil spirits/lucky marriage scenario, I say it's time to break the rules! Instead of dragging your maids to a shop to try on matching numbers, try some of these options.
Beware of the woman who doesn't like other women. We all know one or two, who says, "I don't know why women don't like me." Or "I just don't seem to get along with women." These women aren't going to help you thrive.