Compromise. Whether it's planning the one day party or living with each other the rest of your lives.
Furure Mrs. ·
The best piece of advice I have gotten is to always try to be the most generous person in the marriage. Not only has it brought us closer together, but my husband (having never heard this piece of advice) naturally started reciprocating.
Read BAMs before! I read so many bam posts before my wedding that it calmed me down cause every bam tells you something went wrong or unexpected but that at the end of the day it doesn’t ruin your overall happiness
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Wedding wire has a lot of BAMs which stand for back and married and they basically are brides who come back and recap their wedding days and a lot of them say what happened unexpectedly or what went wrong - but you realize that at the end of the day those things didn’t affect their overall happiness
In terms of your wedding, no one will ever care as much about your wedding as you and your FS. Don’t be disappointed if others don’t seem as excited or invested as you want them to be. For them, your wedding is just another day while for you, it’s one of the most significant days of your life. Temper your expectations of those around you and you’ll be much happier.
Best advice I received is to NEVER rely on others for money towards the weddimg unless you already have the money in your bank account or the cash in your hands. Many couples have complained how they were promised thousands by family and signed contracts with venues abd vendors and then their family couldn't come through with the money later. As a result, they were stuck with a venue and/or vendors which they couldn't afford.