Planning a wedding often involves detailed planning to ensure that nothing goes wrong.
When it comes to wedding planning, brides get a bad rap.
The term bridezilla was born in 1995, when a Boston Globe article used it to describe “brides who are particularly difficult and obnoxious.” The word now has its own reality series and entry in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, and, sadly, it looks like we’re stuck with it.
But guess what, ladies? We are not the only ones guilty of taking things justtttt a little bit too far in the wedding-planning process. Grooms have their diva moments too. Take the guy who demanded a white dance floor for an extra $10,000 or the GQ writer who renamed himself “the bride”. This can all cause tensions to run high, especially when both parties are, shall we say, “passionate” about the wedding-day details.
Planning a wedding is a task with which most Brides have little to no previous experience.
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