What You Should Focus On When Planning Your Wedding

With countless dazzling gowns and huge diamond rings flooding your social media, it's easy to forget what's really important on your wedding day and why you're actually getting married.

Whether you are a bride to be or still playing the singles game waiting for Mr. Right, you've probably thought about what your wedding day will look like.

According to a recent survey conducted by Mashable and The Knot.com, 70 percent of Pinterest users conceded that they have pinned wedding related items before they were engaged to be married.

While this pre-engagement pinning is probably harmless, it can create some false expectations of what your big day might look like. With countless bejeweled gowns and gigantic diamond rings populating your social media, it's easy to forget what's really important on your wedding day and why you're actually getting married.

Here are a few things engaged couples can focus on as the big day approaches that can lead to a lifetime of happiness.

  • Managing marital expectations:
  • The material things:
  • Are you planning a marriage or just a wedding?

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