wedding disaster

Wedding season is in full swing, which means many couples are buckling down to finalize arrangements for their big day. From picking a venue to coordinating transportation, there are many details that go into making your wedding picture perfect.
You can be the best wedding planner in the world, or the most effective and organized Do-It-Yourself bride and groom in the world, but if you don't have good relationships with your vendors, you're going to have problems pulling off a flawless wedding.
They say, "The worse the wedding, the better the marriage." If that's the case, then every couple in this video is going
No matter what happens, the day will still go on; the bride will walk down the aisle -- whether she's accompanied by music or Aunt Clara's throat-clearing. Wedding disasters happen, but they rarely stop a bride and groom from tying the knot.
While you might not be able to control the weather or Uncle Charlie's drinking problem, you do get to choose how to react to whatever the day presents to you.
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5. A bridesmaid (and cousin of the bride) who was recently out of rehab took ALL of her Methadone on the first night of a
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The "we should have hired a professional" fail: Some people say that your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day
I was doing video for a wedding where a man impersonating the head of security for the hotel ran off with all of the gifts