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What to do if your wedding day doesn’t go as planned

Posted by Danielle Harvey on 24 June 2022

bride unhappy with her head in her hands Many couples plan their wedding down to even the most minute of details, but ethical jewellery experts at Ingle & Rhode understand that unfortunately no one's big day goes exactly as planned.

You may forget something at home, some guests may be late or the day just might not be going how you envisioned it. That's why the team at Ingle & Rhode are giving their advice on what to do if your wedding day doesn't go exactly how you thought it would as well as providing tips on planning ahead with things like photography and weather - we do live in the UK after all!
 

Tim Ingle, founder of Ingle & Rhode said: “People put so much time into planning their wedding and the reality of it is, it never goes exactly how you planned. And whilst there is beauty in some mistakes like stumbling over vows, not all mishaps are that cute. If something has gone wrong at your wedding it’s important to have a moment to yourself to remind yourself of your priorities and what is actually important to you.
“There are also things you can try your best to prevent by planning ahead. No one can control the weather but the best thing you can do is be prepared. We advise all couples to keep an eye on the forecast and have a bit of a plan according to it on the big day.
“The most important thing to remember in the build up to your wedding day is that it is not worth stressing over things you cannot control. It’s far too much of an important day to spend it worrying over small inconveniences.” 

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