Wedding Planners Prove 4 Significant Signs A Marriage Won’t Last

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Wedding Planners Prove 4 Significant Signs A Marriage Won’t Last

When you are a woman or person in adore, the question you get asked most often is “When did you know?” — as in, when did you know that was it? When you are a wedding planner, the question you are constantly asked is the same — but the meaning’s a whole lot different. Here’s the exact moment five wedding planners understood their clients wouldn’t be celebrating anniversaries.

The couple becomes hammered at the wedding.

Kayla McCaul, an Oregon-based planner, also cautioned Huffington Post of brides and grooms who hit the alcohol a little to hard in their wedding: “Pacing yourself in your wedding is critical, but if you discover yourself or your spouse throwing back the cocktails before the ceremony starts, you might choose to ask your self, what’s occurring here?”

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One spouse embarrasses the other.

“The guest count was approximately 100, yet this cake could have easily served near 300. Complicated and sent in from some high-end bakery from New York. There was Chinese lettering/design about the cake, […] and it was apparent the groom had no idea what cake they were becoming. [The bride] points out a few of those symbols. She stated that they meant ‘Obey, shout, and (I think) Service/Loyalty.’ She stated that she anticipated these three traits whatsoever times from her husband. And not in a way. Room was quiet the entire time the cake has been served.” — Reddit consumer MexicanAlemundo

They don’t take their partner’s wants or needs into consideration.

“I once worked with a single couple in which the bride was a vegetarian. However, the dress refused to order any vegetarian entrees because there were only a handful of guests who’d eat them,” Emily Reno, planner at Weddings & Occasions by Emily, informed Huffington Post. If you can not create your bride happy in your day, it doesn’t bode well for the remainder of your wedding day.

An ex is still hanging about.

“The worst I’ve personally witnessed had an groom’s baby mama (and ex-fiancĂ©) arrive at the reception uninvited. She caught the wedding cake, chucked it at the newlyweds, and started screaming how he had been a deadbeat dad while she caught table wine bottles that she smashed on the floor.” — Reddit consumer AnaphylacticHippo

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