Well, your big moment of a lifetime is finally here, and you’ve been told that everything is in place and the ceremony will be a smooth one.
Even though you hired the best event planners to organize your wedding from helping you get the photographers and every other thing, you might not be too sure of the wedding guests to attend the ceremony.
The most mind-breaking thoughts of an embarrassing or unpleasant behavior from your guest can cause a dent in your event which may never be forgotten.
There is bound to be the presence of families relations and friends with diverse characters, but you don’t want to have the following wedding guests at your wedding event:
Overly Emotional Mother-In-Law.
Yeah, this one sobs uncontrollably and has an eagle eye for pointing out any possible wrongs starting from the bride’s dress, in-laws to the ceremony, other guests and the arrangement of the ceremony. With her, nothing could ever be acceptable unless it’s done her way.
Fathers as in-laws aren’t usually emotional when compared to the mothers, but they can bear their minds on issues.
They can get too comfortable with the fact of the exceptional respect given to a man and issue out inappropriate comments and jokes. They could spend their time during the rest of the ceremony in a peaceful slumber after noticing how likely awkward they sound earlier on.
A Brotherhood of Groomsmen
You have a unique bond with the guys in your wedding which more or less looks like you both are brothers.
As close as you are, you know they love lots of vile stuff like alcohol among several others as much as your friendship.
This implies that they will likely want a moment where they would get wild so as to have their moments felt at your event. You can only hope they don’t go over the edge with their blackmail-like speeches.
The “Random” Guests.
These might be guests whom an extended family relation had invited who you know about, it could be the date of your second cousin friend or just about anyone.
Such a person could crash your wedding for some free booze and flirting opportunities.
You genuinely love, admire and respect your bridesmaids.
However, the feelings and assignments of the day and their coveted positions could make them strangely act out of place.
Some may feel so entitled that they become so demanding while others accept your request to be your bridesmaid due to an ulterior motive or out of obligation.
Your Best Man.
Your best man has always been your buddy and had your back as far back as time could tell, and he won’t fall short of your expectation this time by letting everyone in on some of your deepest mistakes which although could get the audience laughing, but shouldn’t be repeated for kids present at the occasion to hear or your kids yet unborn.
While it might not be possible to predict and control your guest behavior entirely, it is still vital that you enjoy your special day.
There may be embarrassing, awkward moments, but such a moment should serve as one that would get you and your partner laughing at the remembrance of such incidence?