Malaysia Tatler Wedding - - FINER DETAILS -

DO: Have a bri­dal emer­gency kit ready even if the bride says she has one—she may be too fraz­zled to find her safety pins or wet wipes. Be like Dora the Ex­plorer and her crazy back­pack, even some ridicu­lous fancy choco­late treats can be fun to have. Choco­late al­ways helps in a stress­ful sit­u­a­tion. Just don’t eat it any­where near the wed­ding gown.

DO: Get your­selves dressed and ready on sched­ule so that the bride isn’t de­layed by you. Re­mem­ber, the bride al­ready has a lot on her plate and you def­i­nitely don’t want to add to that. Be or­gan­ised and don’t for­get to pack your own ac­ces­sories, shoes, etc. Your job is to be so­cial, look beau­ti­ful and not cause the bride any stress.

DO: Put the bride’s needs be­fore yours. The world lit­er­ally re­volves around the bride. You will be ex­pected to drop ev­ery­thing if a cri­sis that she needs you to han­dle for her arises; you might be shelling out some ma­jor bucks; and your pa­tience will be put to the test. What­ever hard­ships you go through dur­ing this time, re­mem­ber, it is not about you. Help out un­con­di­tion­ally and do it with­out ask­ing ques­tions or com­plain­ing.

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