4 common things couples fight about before the wedding

Behind all the fun and excitement during the wedding planning stage there’s some sensitive and overwhelming issues that are lurking and causing things to go south with you and your fiancé.

Top 4 pre-wedding fights
Top 4 pre-wedding fights
11 Nov 2015

Top 4 pre-wedding fights

Let us give you a heads up on the top 4 pre-wedding fights so that you can prepare yourself to avoid them completely or find effective solution to resolve them.

Wedding Budget
Wedding Budget
11 Nov 2015

Wedding Budget

If love and money are the two things you most likely avoid mixing, unfortunately a wedding party involves both of it and it can become a cause for a lot of conflicts. To prevent any damage to your relationship, make sure you are clear on how the costs will be managed. Make a priority list based on your financial wedding plan and both of you should agree on the list. If you agree to splurge more on the catering service, then don't insist on buying a dress beyond that budget. Create a wedding budget plan, be clear and honest, and stick to it.

The Guest List
The Guest List
11 Nov 2015

The Guest List

When it comes to making a guest list, you should remember that it's really about who you want at your wedding, not who you're obligated to invite. If you have a limited space on your guest list, you might want to start with those who are really close to the both of you. If you are having a disagreement about the people your fiancé wants to invite or vice versa, have a conversation of why a particular person should or shouldn’t be invited.

Task Division
Task Division
11 Nov 2015

Task Division

While the bride-to-be is usually in charge of a larger portion of the wedding planning, the fiancé should always take part and be involved as well. If you want him to be more involved in the wedding planning, find out what he's interested in and let him participate in that part, like let's say, choosing the wedding car or planning your honeymoon. It's important that he doesn't feel that the whole wedding day is 'your day-only'.

Bridezilla Mode
Bridezilla Mode
11 Nov 2015

Bridezilla Mode

The moment you realise that you have been emotionally unstable, stressing over tiny details and driving other people as crazy as you are is when you need to take a deep breath and turn the Bridezilla mode off. It happens when all you care about is the wedding and you forget the reason why you're doing this - and that is to be married - your relationship becomes less important. Don't let the whole wedding preparation overwhelm you. Don't be afraid to ask for help and don't sweat on the small stuff.

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