7 Wedding Planning Tips for People Who Don't like Weddings ...

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When I was getting married, I got so many wedding planning tips that I thought I'd go insane.3

Unlike a lot of other women, I had no idea what I wanted my wedding to be like.

I knew what I wanted my marriage to be like, but I hadn't thought much at all about the actual ceremony.

I guess that comes from being a bit of a tomboy who hung around other tomboys and didn't have many girly-girls to play with.

Bridal magazines and celebrity weddings are interesting, but it's not always a good idea to take wedding planning tips from people who spend millions only to divorce after less than three months, or allow the American public to decide who they should marry on live TV.

I've just never been the type for fancy ceremonies, and neither are most of my friends.

We did, however, all manage to have weddings that have given us good memories.

Here are a few tips that can help you do the same.

1. Pick the Three Things That Are the Most Important to You

One of the best ways to cut down on wedding planning stress to decide which things you really want and which things you can let slide.

For me, it was the dress, a religious ceremony, and having my family and friends involved.

It helped tremendously to focus on these things because a) I could decide what to devote the most money and effort to and b) It helped me sort through all the other wedding planning tips I was getting.

It also helped my parents decide who to talk to and what about, which leads me to my second point.

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