You may have a lot of questions on your wedding day. These questions could pertain to the seating chart; did we arrange it properly such that nobody divorced or currently suing one another is sitting at the same table? These questions could have to do with the menu; did I accommodate everybody’s dietary restrictions, or is someone going to end up in the hospital tonight because we forgot to get gluten-free dinner rolls? But your questions should not pertain to whether or not this wedding should be happening at all, or whether or not the person you’re marrying is the right person for you. If they do, then you should only hope you accidentally sat two divorced people next to each other. Maybe their drama will distract from the fact that you, the bride, look miserable standing at the altar! Here are questions you should not be asking yourself on the day of your wedding.
Did we get insurance on this wedding?
If you’re already starting to see this thing as a huge waste of money or a poor investment, you’re probably marrying the wrong person. Catch yourself looking up the insurance policy on this wedding? Wondering how much money you can get back on the band and catering if you cancel this all just before it gets started? You wouldn’t be thinking about any of that if you were about to marry the love of your life.