Wedding Mishaps and How to Avoid Them

Wedding mishaps may occur at any time. Even a well-prepared and carefully organized wedding may have some mishaps at any given time. Fortunately, there are some ways you can avoid having mishaps at your wedding. If you are worried about these issues, here are some of the common mishaps and how you can avoid them:

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Cake Collapse

It is common for a multi-tiered wedding cake to fall on the ground, especially if it has been situated in the middle of a room full of two hundred dancing guests. When this happens, the ground may start to shake and it will affect the cake. The top tier of the cake may start leaning without you noticing it. The further it leans, the easier it may topple down. In order to avoid this predicament, make sure that your wedding cake has been situated in a secure spot that’s away from the dance floor. You can also choose to bring out the cake when it’s time to cut it.

Shocking Music

While you’re all dancing, it may come to a surprise that your chosen wedding DJ or band will play popular songs that have overt lyrics. No matter how popular the song is, make sure that you inform your entertainment not to play the song. Another option is to prepare a list of songs that your chosen entertainment should play. If the song is not part of the list, they should avoid it.

There are plenty of other wedding mishaps that may occur at any given time. By being prepared for them, however, you will be able to prevent them from happening.

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