October 14, 2017 Comments (6) Wedding

Talk and Compromise: 10 Common Issues while Wedding Planning

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Wedding Preparation, stressful? Some say it is, but I think let’s not put it that way, it’s a test of how both of you will value to commit and compromise.

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  1. Family

1During wedding preparation family members will step in to give their say and sometimes decide on your behalf. Be neutral and don’t take sides to avoid any misunderstanding.

  1. Money

2Every couple would like to have an amazing venue or tasty foods before any issues come up talk with your partner and set a budget and promised to stick to it.

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  1. Wedding Style

3It’s a matter of preference of wedding style, it isn’t the beach wedding nor is a church wedding that matters it’s the sacrament of matrimony. Compromise is the key.

  1. The Other Party

4Before tying the knot, bachelor or bachelorette parties are sometimes arranged by your friends but if you feel uncomfortable with it, say your stand in a nice way.

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  1. Religion

5If you both don’t have the same religion and it’s the first thing to discuss before anything else, which will you follow, talk it over and submit to one another.

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6 Responses to Talk and Compromise: 10 Common Issues while Wedding Planning

  1. chase green says:

    well, if you really want to talk about issues, you’ would properly talk about issues by listing about 1000 real life issues and how thousands of people could get freedom from those dahm issues.

  2. Saya says:

    please if you are not emotional matured, do not get married. there is a minimal amount of negative interference that people would have when you yourself is matured and intelligent

  3. shazan says:

    the most important issue when it comes to wedding is money. that’s more reason why i would not get married until i make around $500,000 within a year or so. getting married is really complicated and dependent on the couples. the couples first before others

  4. ronald wright says:

    sincerely, all the points you’ve listed here are true and completely valid. i think the couples alone cannot plan the wedding. 2 heads they say is better than 1. involving others like family members and friends should be minimal, careful and selective(the wise ones). an experienced wedding planner would also do you good. very inspiring content. thanks

  5. ruby says:

    please be real as possible, be yourself, be truthful to your partner, ask a lot of intelligent questions from successfully married couples(those celebrating anything from 10-15 years of marriage anniversary and above) and do a lot of research while planning your wedding. these tips would help you sort out the imperative issues stated on here

  6. zoom100 says:

    first, this is a very important wedding related blog post. second is that i feel the individuals involved should be smart, mature and reasonable enough to decide for themselves and know what they really want. if you cant think, people would think for you and that’s CRAZY!

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