Of course, you’ve already practiced your new signature.
You are willing to compromise and hyphenate.
No way! You’re not changing your name! This isn’t the 1950’s!
He ignores you and turns up the volume on the TV.
He just wants to know when and where to be on the day of the wedding.
He attends every meeting and appointment. He thinks this day is all about him!
Like it was from a Nicholas Sparks’ novel. It was the most romantic thing ever.
It kind of just came up in conversation, and we both agreed it was a good idea. It wouldn’t matter how he proposed to you. You know he’s not into the whole romance and PDA thing.
You proposed to him. He was taking too long, so you took matters into your own hands.
You order your bridesmaids to start picking flowers from your mother's garden!
Just take whatever your florist has available. Carnation and baby breath bouquets, boutonnières, and centerpieces will suffice.
Ain’t nothin’ but a chicken wing! Who needs flowers? Not you.
You let them sing. Heck, maybe after a few more drinks we’ll all join in. We’re all here for a good time!
Over your dead body. You’re not subjecting your guests to that kind of torture.
You tactfully hide their CD right before the wedding OR your in-laws’ CD mysteriously disappeared… If anyone asks, you didn’t see anything. Quick and easy.
A delicate rose – the classiest of all, meant to be admired from afar
Dandelion – you’re carefree. You don’t require much maintenance.
Venus flytrap – You’ll snap at anything that comes your way. You best beware.
Only the basics -- maybe some jewelry handed down from your mother or grandmother
Something blue—The Tiffany’s box and a little bling!
You need to be blinged out from head to toe – you have some connections & purchased some pieces that haven't even been released to public yet. You’re still deciding if you should complete the look with a Paul Wall grill.
Yes, but no strippers allowed.
No way -- you don't want to take any chances
Of course -- it's his last night of being single. If there are strippers, so be it.
Game on. First come, first serve. You’ll do whatever it takes to make sure your wedding is better than hers.
Book a joint wedding – the more, the merrier. You’ve done everything together your whole lives. Why stop now?
You change the date of your wedding. She can have it. She deserves it … even though the next open day for your dream venue isn’t for another 2 years.
White. It’s a no brainer!
You’d be fine with wearing a potato sack. Your mom will definitely be crying when she sees you in it.
White is for virgins! You want to stand out.