The seven deadly sins of wedding planning
14 Oct 2016
Forgive me Father, for I have sinned…
With the ecstasy of planning a wedding comes the potential to commit the seven deadly sins. Just don’t let the sins get the better of you or else your inner bridezilla could come knocking.
In between the champagne quaffing, wedding menu tasting and cake guzzling, don’t forget to breathe. A cause for celebration, weddings are one of the times that you can indulge completely guilt-free.
Because a bride reserves the right to want (and have) it all on her wedding day. From the budget-blowing dress to the perfect pair of shoes with an impressive pricetag; that’s what credit cards are for, right?
You’ve just been to your friend’s wedding while planning your own and her celebrations make yours look like a children’s party at McDonalds in comparison. Now you’re on a rampage to outdo her in every way….
When another bride gets the dress off the sale rail that you wanted. For all you Friends fans; whistles at the ready!
That wonderful feeling when you find ‘the dress’ *swoon*. Lust or love? We hope the latter, but either way it feels good.
This wedding planning is tiring work, so it’s absolutely fine to ask your partner to pass you the TV remote just an arm’s length away, serve you copious amounts of cake and tuck you into bed.
Your wedding day arrives and the compliments just keep coming. Here’s your chance to enjoy that smug feeling, while wallowing in the glory of your special day.