and a bunch of other things.
Months of preparation for the most important, they say, moment of the couple, then joined in the bonds of marriage and all of them wish to live life Î±Î½Î¸ÏŒÏƒÏ€Î±ÏÏ„Ï‰Î½.
But before we get to the ceremony, the bride has been through a bunch of emotional ups and downs, trying to find the perfect dress, the perfect shoe, fitting makeup, decide what eventually dishes will offer guests, for decorations, for…, for….
Within this mess, the only thing she misses is friends and family to ask me a week before the wedding, if everything was okay. To avoid, well, some sort of outburst, we have the 7 phrases that should never, ever tell her.
“Ready?” .To remind you that you are not the Sakis Rouvas, so don’t ask him anything.
“What time’s the wedding?” Roll call don’t have. Or even if you are close relatives or a friend, why don’t you ask someone else?
“It’s getting there! Freaking you out?”. “No, don’t imagine. I’m preparing for the ceremony for one hour, and the reception of 3-4 hours for many months. So, don’t imagine. No nerves, no pressure at all”.
“You can sleep in the same bed with your future husband before the wedding”. “What we want, we will do”.
“Don’t you eat anything?”. No, not eating very much, because he wants to look like a goddess with the bright white wedding dress. You don’t need to remind her.
“Your shoes are comfortable?”. It is most likely to be expensive, so conveniently, that’s another debate.
“It’s okay with your honeymoon?”. Well, we’re not talking about a month, but for a week.