Why Couples Fight So Much While Wedding Planning

May 1, 2017  |  
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Bigstockphoto.com/Jar with label and wedding money on the table. Saving money concept.

When you hear of a couple calling off their wedding, your brain jumps to something dramatic. Maybe the long-lost lover of one came back, or one of them confessed they were gay. Perhaps one admitted to cheating, or to being in love with the other person’s best friend. But not every canceled wedding looks like a scene in a soap opera. Sometimes, couples just call off the wedding because planning the damned thing is causing too many arguments! You’ll notice some couples call off the wedding but stay together—it wasn’t their relationship that was the issue, it was the big day. They realized they were happier before they got engaged, so why not just go back to the way things were? If you’re just getting started on planning your big day, then be aware: here is why couples fight so much while planning their weddings.

The in-laws are too involved

Somebody’s in-laws are talking about this wedding like it’s their own wedding. Every time the couple has dinner with them, it’s all wedding talk, and every sentence sounds something like, “I’ve already made the arrangements for you guys” or “You should do this.”

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