COUPLES should avoid having too many bridesmaids if they want to prevent wedding dramas, an expert advises.
And they should tie the knot before 2pm so it isn’t getting dark when the photos are taken.
Meanwhile having family or friends take the wedding photos is a recipe for disaster, says Kat Williams, founder of Rock N Roll Bride magazine.
Guests should be banned from using phones at the ceremony and it’s a bad idea for brides to buy a dress in a smaller size to “slim into”, she warns.
She also advises couples not to order too much food — insisting guests don’t need canapes, ice creams, a sweet table and buffet.
Kat, of Reading, Berks — happily married since 2008 — said: “It is much more accepted these days to do non-traditional things for your wedding.”
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She adds: "You have more people to keep happy with their dresses and involve them with the hen parties.
"The more bridesmaids you have the more expensive it gets – less is more."
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