As a bride or groom, you never want to hear that one of your girls or guys is double-booked for your big day. Like really, WTF? But sometimes life just happens, and you have to figure out a plan B to avoid becoming a bride or groom zilla. Prince Harry doesn’t strike us as one who would throw down with William for needing to attend a soccer Final Cup on the same day as his wedding, but we’re not experts on their brotherly dynamic. All we can do is offer some advice for the couples who are going through it on their own. So, swipe through for some ideas on how to hang…
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If you know that one of your bridesmaids has a work event the morning of your wedding, or needs to leave your reception early to catch a flight for her own brother’s wedding, then make sure you don’t give them a task they’ll be unavailable for. For example, don’t assign your bestie a reading if you know she won’t be there to deliver it. Or if you’re thinking about giving your little cousin a Maid of Honor title, but she needs to peace out a bit early for her sorority formal (okay, we know this wouldn’t happen…. But JUST IN CASE), then just keep her as a bridesmaid, otherwise she’s sure to feel terrible about not being able to impress you with a kickass speech.
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