The LoveFeed discusses How to avoid the pitfalls of the wedding conformity in order to make that special day your own.
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Allison Castillo: A white dress made of thousands of layers of tool hangs the bend in on the rack. A wedding planner sits in an empty room staring on the phone that doesn’t ring and out of a dried of chocolate fountain she rises brandishing homemade invitations the anti bride. It can be hard to escape the pressure of wedding conformity as exerted by magazines and mag sites but as recorded by your tango some women manage to forge their own aisle. According to Rebecca Mead author of Wedding Industry Expose One Perfect Day, it’s important to remember that your wedding will be different because you’re in it and that the people who love you will have fun. No matter what the party is like. For environmentally conscious Heidi Pectols that means making glasses out of jelly jars that will later be recycled for canning, saving blue wine bottles for candle holders and encouraging guest to campout on their parent’s farm where her wedding will take place. That sounds fan. And Allison’s tell you make everything from her veil to her bouquet to her reception music play list and did her own hair and make- up. Her wedding cost is just under $3,000.00. Wow! Not only does it pay to be an individual, it pays like $30,000.00.