There is always talk about weddings all over the web, but today will be different. I’ve decided to talk about the “what-if” of a wedding. What if – what if, you have decided to cancel the whole thing? Yes, the whole wedding on the day itself – like an hour before it and you decide that you’re not sure. Not sure that you want to walk down the aisle with “Johnny” because you have doubts. Some call it wedding “nerves” because they say that you just get nervous. However, you’re nervous not because you will be seen by all your friends and family, and of his friends and family. You’re nervous because it hits you that maybe you are just not ready to take that plunge. It scares you to think that somebody close to you like your best friend will have to break the news to everyone that the bride has decided to call it quits. Just what the heck do you do at this point? Hmm. Crash yourself into the cake and pretend like it was an accident so you can “postpone” the wedding. Or, stage your own kidnapping like that “runaway bride” – not recommended plus its illegal, so that is out of the question. Okay, so what do you do? The best thing to do at this point is to be honest. Sometimes being honest is the only thing you can do because getting married when you are simply not ready isn’t going to be a happy marriage down the line. So, how do you prevent this from happening to you? The answer really varies, but a couple of sites below might help:
Twenty Questions to Ask Before You Get Married
Are You Ready To Get Married?
Proposals: Are You Ready for Married Life?
Got any suggestions? Has this ever happened to you? Do you anyone who has canceled their wedding?