Sunday, October 6, 2013

How to Handle Unsolicited Advice About Your Wedding

As soon as you got the ring, you probably also got advice about your wedding. Friends and family have no doubt bombarded you with advice about what you should do, what you must do, and what they did.

Handling this unsolicited advice is tricky. You don’t want to offend, but you also want to make clear that you really don’t need their help. It’s often best to be polite, and simply say that you’ll keep their advice in mind.

While they could offer you helpful information -- such as great vendors that they highly recommend -- their advice might just be unhelpful. It is also often worth reminding them that this is your big day, not theirs. Be tactful, but strong.

The best way to respond to unsolicited advice, though, is to have your planning under way. A great way to get your planning started -- and finished -- is to attend one of our Southern California bridal shows. To find out more about upcoming shows and to buy tickets, visit our site today!

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