In this episode, co-hosts Kristina, Mike & Sharon talk about dated wedding & reception traditions that you are not bound to follow… And that in these modern times, you and your fiance get to decide what fits you best. It’s your day… you do what YOU want! YOU DO YOU!
Tune in to this week’s “THINGS YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO” episode to hear about the BOLD brides that have come before you in pink wedding dresses, served pie instead of cake, walked themselves down the aisle, said no to a flower girl, no to a ring bearer, and heck no to a bouquet toss!
Listen in while co-hosts Kristina, Mike & Sharon talk about dated wedding and reception traditions that you DO NOT have to feel obligated to follow. Your wedding is about YOU! You get to decide what fits you and your beloved the best. If it is important to you and you want to do it, then do it! If not, LET IT GO!
Did you know that the only vote that counts when planning a wedding and reception is the one wearing the white dress? And, did you know that the white dress is just an option by the way? You aren’t a pre-boxed “Barbie Bride” so don’t try to be one to please everyone else. It’s your day! Do what YOU want!
BY THE TIME YOU FINISH LISTENING, YOU’LL DISCOVER that there is no wedding book that tells you exactly what you should do. You get to write your own rule book!
Share your BOLD non-traditional wedding or reception stories with us and tag us on Facebook or Instagram @theringtheblingandallthethings
While you’re there, make sure you follow us @theringtheblingandallthethings so you can see behind the scenes where me, Mike & Sharon will take you from engagement to your wedding day and beyond with The Ring, The Bling & All The Things
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