This might sound apocalyptic for any bride and groom-to-be, but the truth is that no matter how hard you plan your Big Day in New Mexico, there’s still a chance that something will go wrong.
No worries, though. These unfortunate situations happen to a lot of brides and grooms – but what’s most important is that you know how to handle them with as much grace as you can.
What are some of the things that commonly go wrong at weddings – and most importantly, how to deal with them? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
· Rainy day. There’s no way in the world you can control whether or not it rains on your wedding day – and this is precisely why the best thing to do is simply have a plan B. It might be an indoor space or a wedding tent – but whatever it is, make sure you have it ready on your wedding day in case rain decides to pour down on you.
· Family fights. Like it or not, most families have their beefs. If you know some of your guests are likely to fight at the wedding, try to seat them quite far from each other. Also, discuss with them and set clear expectations on how you want them to behave at your wedding – if you are clear and polite, they will understand and they will do everything possible to avoid any kind of scene.
· Wedding dress torn. Whether it happens when you put it on or simply during the wedding (e.g. a guest steps on the train), it is important to treat this issue with as much calm as you possibly can. Yes, you have worked hard to find the perfect dress – but this is not the end of the world and it’s nothing a bit of patience and an SOS sewing kit or fabric duct tape can’t fix. Ask your Maid of Honor to help you if you can’t reach the torn part, fix the issue, and then go back to dancing with a huge smile on your face. NOTHING should ruin your wedding day!