Even if people hire a wedding planner, is there really a way to organize a wedding without any worries? For brides, there is also the issue of choosing the right bridesmaids. After all, no one wants to leave anyone upset by not asking them to be part of the wedding party. Then there is deciding on what dresses to choose, as well as the flower bouquets and wedding vehicle to arrive in. The list goes on and on, and it can almost seem never-ending.
So what happens when something crops up that throws all the wedding plans off balance? Perhaps there is a cancellation, or maybe there is a missing guest? Well, this bride was about to find out what it was like to have something missing as she headed to the aisle. Couples celebrate their big days very differently all around the world. For example, Egyptian brides are subject to their guests pinching them on their wedding day, while in the Middle East these brides use henna tattoos to keep away the evil eye from their big day. Moroccan brides-to-be will bath in milk to purify themselves before walking down the aisle, and some cultures even tie the bride and groom together to show they have become one.
It looks as though it isn’t only America that has their traditions when it comes to weddings. However, it may not be a surprise to hear that the nation holds the city that has the most marriages a year. In fact, Las Vegas sees 115,000 couple walk away with each year that passes. When it comes to guests, there may be some people that you want to be on the list no matter what. Parents are usually a necessity for many couples, while best friends could also be some of the few that need to be at the big day. Sadly, not everyone can always be there.
This could be if the couple opt for a wedding abroad and people can’t get the flights, or maybe a medical reason means someone can’t make their way to the ceremony. So what happens if that person’s absence means you don’t want to go ahead with the wedding at all? This bride had been planning her wedding for months, but something was missing from the big day. Something that meant the whole day was about to be called out. Something that saw the entire day get rescheduled.