In a move to save money and contribute to the “winging it” feel, a handful of couples are relying on relatives and friends — their pockets and purses jammed with GoPro cameras, cellphones and mini iPads — to capture the bride taking that nervous breath before she walks down the aisle or the groom hugging his father, tears in their eyes.
“Two years ago, this was a conversation you never would have had,” said David Tutera, a celebrity wedding planner and the host of the TV show “David Tutera’s Celebrations.”
Top worries, and solutions, Brides have about their wedding.
Online gift retailer gettingpersonal.co.uk asked 1,000 new brides what their biggest worries were in the lead-up to their big day – and solved them!
41 per cent worried about achieving “the perfect wedding”. Everyone’s idea of “perfect” is different. All that matters is that it’s perfect for you.
16 per cent worried that the best man would misbehave at the reception. Ask your fiancé to brief his best man on anything you won’t be happy with.
36 per cent wanted to copy weddings they had seen on social media. Don’t feel guilty about taking inspiration from others. When you put everything together, it’ll be unique to you.
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