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10 Things No One Every Tells You About Wedding Planning

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There’s always a lot of hype around your big wedding day.  Everyone is so excited for you and you just can’t wait for the event to take place.  However, there are a few things that no one has ever told you about wedding planning and the Irish Independent has taken note for us.

Here’s some things you should be aware of.

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  1. Even though it’s “your day” you have to worry about everyone else
  2. Most of your guest won’t RSVP
  3. You discover things about your other half that you wish you hadn’t.
  4. Budget’s become non-existent
  5. You can’t control everything
  6. Your ceremony will cost more than anything you ever imagined
  7. A lot of your guests will think they’re VIP’s
  8. One bridesmaids dress won’t suit everyone
  9. Drawing up the seating plan will prove how dysfunctional your family is

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