No bride wants her wedding to go wrong in any way – and that’s only natural, considering this is a very unique moment in anyone’s life. And yet, sometimes, regardless of how much you plan, bad things can still happen – and if they do, it is important that you know how to handle them the best way.
What are some of the wedding disasters you should be prepared for? Read on and find out more.
Vendors who pull a disappearing act. Sure, this is a terrible nightmare nobody wants to go through before their wedding. But it can While you may not be able to get your advance payment back and while you may feel that it’s the end of the world, it is essential that you keep your cool and find someone to replace the “disappeared vendor”. See if your friends can help you too – if not with the actual services, then at least with some recommendations!
RSVPs that don’t get returned. As your deadline for the headcount is approaching, you may feel that the number of returned RSVPs is dramatically low. No worries, though! This is something more common than you think! Call your guests and see if they can attend your wedding or not! If you still cannot receive decisive answers from anyone, see how to add some extra chairs for the reception and some extra meals for the dinner.
Dress is ruined before the wedding day. There are quite a lot of accidents that can happen to a dress before the Big Day – and while these scenarios are not even by far what you want for such an important day in your life, the most important thing is to stay calm and search for someone to help you. A great professional wedding gown cleaner and/or an experienced seamstress can definitely fix the issue!
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