1. Vendor Hiccups
When you’re dealing with various vendors for your wedding, there’s a chance a vendor could mess up. For example, the makeup artist might not show up on time or the appetizers from the caterer could be wrong. The last thing you want to do is panic. Calm your nerves and make sure someone is contacting the vendor to fix the problem.
Often, you’ll be provided with an emergency contact in case something goes wrong. You also want to make sure that some sort of compensation term is included in the contract if a vendor doesn’t deliver as promised.
2. Unhappy Guests
Indian weddings are known to have a lot of guests. It’s impossible to please everyone when you have over 300 people attending your wedding. Don’t let that ruin the most important day in your life. Instead, focus on the positive vibes of the joyous occasion.
3. Ticking Time Clock
With so many things to do on your wedding day, you’re going to be on a tight schedule and could possibly be short on time. To avoid any major disasters, delegate tasks to your supporting cast and make sure the important stuff is checked off the list as quickly as possible.
4. Rowdy Troublemakers
Whenever there’s a large gathering of people, there’re bound to be troublemakers. Specially, when there’s alcohol. Loud arguments or a even an all out brawl is not unimaginable. Most venues have security so let them handle the situation as there really isn’t anything you can do.
5. Quarrel With Your Beloved Spouse-To-Be
Some couples do get into a heated argument on or just before their wedding day. The stress and nerves can get the best of us to behave irrationally. You only get married to the love of your life once. So drop whatever it is that you’re angry about and create happy memories.
6. Rukhsati Emotions (aka Vidaai)
Wedding day is filled with all kinds of emotions and you just don’t know how you’re going to react to certain things. Saying goodbye to parents is a very emotional experience. Some brides are able to control their emotions while others hind it harder to hold back. It will be best if you prepare, and accept to be completely honest and comfortable on a day that is reserved for you and your partnership.