All eyes are on you and your partner on that day, so you can't afford to mess things up for yourself and everyone present
Having a fight with your fiancé or fiancée on your big day is one of the hardest things ever. So how do you control the situation when you and your love are disagreeing on a certain issue? All eyes are on you and your partner on that day, so you can't afford to mess things up for yourself and everyone present.
Inspired by Brides.com, here are a few things ways to handle the situation if you get into a fight with your future spouse on your wedding day:
1. Get to the root cause of the issue: Weddings are hectic, despite the show of love between you and your partner. You first have to accept that your wedding won't be perfect, this will help you focus on the bright side. Apologise genuinely if there's an altercation between you and your in-laws or a friend who felt offended by your partner's attitude. Get help from your wedding planner or best man if a drunk person is causing you two to fight.
2. Try to cool off by taking a deep breath: Leave the place where the argument ensued and head for a much quieter place . You may want to think your reaction to the current situation through, call your partner so you both can address the situation and reach a decision.
3. Act cool no matter how angry you are: High tensions and emotions are bound to run through you on your wedding day and you may be pushed to react in an unfavorable manner to ease off. Remember why you are marrying the love of your life, continue with the celebration and if it's a minor issue then brush it aside. If it's a larger issue, it's advisable to address it after your wedding.
4. Begin damage control: If others were present when the fight started, you can calmly assure them that everything is fine and request they keep whatever happened to themselves. This is prevent invited guest to sense there was a misunderstanding earlier.