With the holiday season coming to a close, many of you are going into the next year with an engagement ring clasped around your left ring finger. Which means that planning a wedding is in order. And with these kinds of things, there are of course a list of do's and don'ts we all may wish to discuss before we go public with our ideas and give everybody involved a headache.
One bride to be was lucky enough to snag a historical landmark from her groom's godmother at her estate for free as her wedding venue. Since she's saving so much money on her wedding venue, you'd assume she'd be a little excited to go all out on the other services, right? Well, not exactly.
In a lengthy facebook post, the Bride-to-be explained her dilemma and what exactly was going through her head at the time.
If you said yikes after all that, don't worry! I had the same reaction.
The most interesting tidbit of this is that the bride-to-be never actually named the supposed historical landmark that will be her wedding venue. So while she left the internet pissed off about her payment of "exposure," everyone was left wondering where exactly is this historical landmark where she will be having her wedding? Any guesses?