No Regrets: Retie The Knot!
The wedding has passed, the reception was lovely, the wedding dress has been put away (or trashed!) and the honeymoon was spectacular; now comes the “re-think”. “Should I have had my make-up professionally done?” “I definitely should have started planning earlier.” “I so didn’t need those extra ribbons!” Every bride thinks she’s alone with her “Should I have done this differently?” moments after the big day but now, thanks to a recent post by The Huffington Post and New York magazine’s expert research, you can take comfort in knowing just how many brides have re-thought a lot of their wedding decisions
New York magazine surveyed 100 recently married women about all of their wedding planning details, registry regrets and budgeting slip-ups. Click here to see the enlarged picture.
With all of the latest trends, photo inspiration and expert advice from wedding industry insiders, we certainly understand brides having a “do over” list in their heads. Perhaps a chance to have the flowers you really wanted or to pick a different song to walk down the aisle to. For future brides, this tidbit of information definitely comes in handy as they move forward with their own wedding plans. For the brides whose wedding day has long gone, there’s still a chance to Re-Tie the Knot!
In a perfect world, every couple would have the perfect wedding with absolutely no hick-ups.We can’t tell you the number of brides we have heard from who had dire circumstances interrupt what was supposed to be the most fantastic day of their lives. From military brides who had rush ceremonies due to deployment to brides whose wedding day was interrupted by natural disasters, everyone deserves to have a wedding day they will remember fondly for the rest of their lives. Having a vow renewal gives you a chance to be as glitzy and lavish as you wanted to be or keep your knot as simple as possible. It’s totally up to you! After all, it’s your Knot to Re-Tie!
Tell us, what would you do differently on your wedding day? Already married? Where would you re-tie your knot?!