There are a few words that I really can’t stand hearing or using. Mucus, moist and perfect. I hate the word “perfect” when it comes to describing events and well, life in general. (Don’t quit reading, I won’t say the first two gross words again. Promise).
let’s explore the definition of the word “perfect”
Merriam-Webster says the definition of:
: having no mistakes or flaws
: completely correct or accurate
Well, there starts the problem. Anyone who expects their wedding to be flawless or perfect is certainly setting themselves up for a huge letdown.
Truth: every care should be taken in the planning of your wedding day, utilizing professional vendors with experience to troubleshoot, adapt and correct any problems.
So instead of worrying that you won’t have the perfect wedding (can we agree to eliminate that word all together?). Let’s focus your energy and mind set that no matter what happens, you will enjoy your wedding. You will trust your vendors to fix any mishaps that may occur.
houston, we have a problem
Something is going to go wrong. There is never a perfect event. Or a perfect day. Or even a perfect marriage. You get the drift. We cannot control everything. Just our own attitudes and how you will deal with them. So carry on, and have a wonderful wedding day!
2 thoughts on “perfect is a four-letter word for your wedding”
I’d bet most of your brides would say that their weddings were perfect though. Because you made them as great as they could be 🙂
Well shucks, Kelly …… Nice of you to say.