Every girl's nightmare...
Wedding planning Disasters
The last thing you need before you get married is to have something major go wrong. Unfortunately for some, it happens…
What happens when your wedding doesn't go as planned? Things aren't coming together as picture-perfect as you once envisioned them, causing you to be more stressed out than necessary.
What would you do if your dream dress got ruined in alterations? Or your venue had to cancel your reservations a month prior to the wedding? We're hearing from women on their pre-wedding disasters and how they made everything OK again!
My venue flooded one month before my wedding date…
I was planning on getting married on July 27 at Magnolia Hall. I chose this location because it was within walking distance of my house. It was affordable, yet gorgeous — everything I dreamed of. One month before the wedding, the wedding coordinator from the venue called to inform us that the venue had flooded due to a broken toilet pipe. It was going to take anywhere from four to six weeks to have it fixed, which was just too close of a call to still hold the wedding there. I immediately started looking at other venues, but with the wedding being so soon, it was nearly impossible to find something. To say I was stressed was an understatement — everything was paid for, invites had been mailed and guests had purchased plane tickets. I ended up finding a venue for $3,000 more, but would have to change my wedding date to July 26. At this point, I just had to let go and agree. Turns out, everyone I wanted to make it was still able to go and I ended up being happier with the new venue. Talk about a blessing in disguise! — Katie (click here to see how her wedding turned out!)
My flowers and one bridesmaid's