It’s YOUR Big Day! How To Weed Out Family Opinions When Planning A Wedding

July 19, 2013  |  
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Instill the, “Do I really need to ask her this,” rule

Sometimes the biggest problem isn’t your family’s input: it’s their questions. Their incessant, unnecessary, dumb questions. You have too much on your mind to be figuring out answers to inconsequential inquiries! Gather up your family early in the process and remind them you’re under a lot of pressure and, any time a question comes up, they should take five minutes to consider, “Do I really need to ask the bride this? Or is there another way I can find out the answer?”

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