When planning your dream day, it is pretty normal to stop and ask themselves what actually makes the perfect bride and the perfect groom? Weddings tend to unveil a lot of pressure on both parties which sometimes put some sort of strain on relationships.
To give you a few pointers on how to avoid this from happening, below are tips to helping you become the best bride and the greatest groom.
The Perfect Bride
1. Be open to ideas. Listen to your Wedding planner as they are there to take the brunt of the pressure off your shoulders.
I was an active member of my students union in my days in UNIBEN, from 1988 to 1992, I took a Bsc Economics & statistics degree and then ended up in Elf Petroleum on Kofo Abayomi, Lagos where I worked in the Information Systems and Telecommunications department. This was my invite into postgraduate in Computer Science, which I excelled in with honours.
My good fortune changed in 1994 when my contract was not renewed because Elf Was facing an uncertain future in Nigeria.
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"You should upgrade your tiny wedding ring so people know how successful you are!"
It was an offhand comment from a friend who meant no harm. But the more Rachel Pedersen thought about it, the more troubled she felt. Since when had her wedding ring, a token of lifelong commitment and gift from the love of her life, become a status symbol? And how many other women were feeling self-conscious about rocks that were less than Rockefeller?