Once a couple is engaged, they may think the hardest part (making the commitment) is over but they will soon find, things have only begun.
Planning a wedding takes time, patience and money and most couples will clash over at least one thing or the other during the planning. Here are four major fights:
1. Whose wedding is it anyway?
It's common knowledge that women are usually the main planners of the wedding because they would have imagined it from a young age.
However, some brides find out just how important it is to their groom and they will argue over who deserves the right to make most decision: the man or the woman?
2. The guest-list.
A groom may have up to 200 people to invite and the bride will also have 200 but their guest list will be a maximum of 100 people.
The fight will be over who should invite more people, who has a larger family, whose family put up more money and other details.
Who the bride and groom have on their train is very important at the wedding. It has to be people they both like and want to be there.
The groom may insist his sisters need to be on the bridal train and maybe the bride wants only her family and vice versa.
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4. The wedding budget.
One person might insist on a particular decoration or style of entertainment that will be over the budget and there will be problems.
The couple will have to find the balance between what the person wants, what is absolutely necessary and how much they want to stretch their budget. Before they reach this place, many fights will have occurred.
All in all, the couple will have to reach a compromise and solve all their fights amicably in order to keep the peace between them.