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Three Non-Romantic Things I'm Glad I Did Before My Wedding
By: Emily Howald Sefton | Posted: 05/08/2014
Here on Aisle File we give a lot of advice: how to plan for rain on your wedding, how to create the perfect wedding menu, how to get your dress fit properly, and so on.
But one thing we haven't covered is how to stop a wedding. We've never actually seen it happen in real life, although it seems to happen all the time in the movies and TV—think Grey's Anatomy, While You Were Sleeping, Wayne's World, The Graduate, Three Men and a Little Lady, Happy Endings, you get the gist).
And though putting on the matrimonial brakes is not something we're necessarily promoting to any of you lovestruck couples, we couldn't help but share this entertaining little instructional guide from Wiki How (drawings included) on how to stop a wedding. If nothing else, it's sure to give you a laugh on this dreary Thursday—just don't send it to any jilted exes.
Emily Howald Sefton is Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s deputy features editor and Mpls.St.Paul Weddings’ editor. See bio
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