wedding. Tuesday , August 15th , 2017 - 21:39:51 PM
4. Surviving wedding stress when one of your vendors goes MIA. Yikes! This is a tricky situation. You've planned for months that your vendor will show up at the time agreed upon. But it's the day of the wedding -- what can you do now? If at all possible, try to find a replacement; this may not be feasible since it's truly last minute. A missing vendor does not spell immediate doom however. Here's your chance to save the day - if the florist doesn't show up, make a pit stop at the local grocery store and buy all the flowers you can. If the DJ cancels, enlist a friend to bring along an MP3 player with music everyone can dance to. And if the minister calls out sick, there's a possibility a notary (in some states) can marry you, or you can have an eloquent guest perform the ceremony. After all, once you have that license in hand, you're officially married regardless.
In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for cake-shaped decorative accessories using a towel cloth as a gift or present, and there has been a demand for other types of decorative accessories that have a cake shape.
My friend did the whole thing by herself (with some help from her family) and did a very good job. Of course, everyone got frazzled as the pressures of money shaped the wedding plans. But if you are like me, not everyone is suited for this task.
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