D I L E M M A R E C A P # 5 .
Question of the day "I am Australian getting married to my Italian partner in Italy. We are trying to think of fun bonbonerie/wedding favours to give our guests - something that will travel easily as 50% of the guests will be taking international flights & something that hopefully represents both Italy & Australia - if possible" #mwquestion
Dilemma of the day: "I got engaged over a year ago and at the time was so swept up in excitement I asked 5 bridesmaids. Now a year later my partner can only decide on 3 grooms men after having fall outs with a few friends and we've now decided we want a destination wedding also and I don't want to spend the extra money on 5 maids dresses, hair & makeup! Help what do I do??" #MWDilemma
Dilemma of the Day: "I have quite the dilemma; my fiancé and I have been together for 10+ years (met in college, moved in, got a dog, just bought a house) and have been engaged for 2 1/2 years. We finally settled on a date of April 29, 2017. The dilemma is; my fiancés sister and I had a falling out over a very personal private matter between my fiancé and I which him and I are both 100% on the same page about. It's come to the point that she constantly sends him emails and texts to leave me, that she will never like me again, etc. He is heartbroken over having to tell her she can't come to the wedding if she isn't genuinely happy for him. He is happy with our relationship and has always been. What we went through made us stronger and we love each other even more now. How do we handle this? Do we tell her she's not invited unless she's truly happy? Or do we just not invite her because we both feel she will somehow try to sabotage our special day? Do we invite her and grit our teeth the whole day? What do we do? Everyone else in his family loves and supports us, as long as we are happy, that's all that matters to them. Even if they don't agree with our life choices. Help! #MWDilemma
Dilemma of the Day: " I am a bridesmaid for my elder sister. She asked her SIL to be her maid of honor. I felt a little offended by this decision of hers. As the days of the wedding are nearing I see the so called MOH help my sis with nothing on the other hand it's me and my sister always together. We also wasted our three hours in the market to find something that the so-called MOH demanded for her dress.. should I tell my sissy that it's getting on my nerves or should I just ignore?" #MWDilemma
Dilemma of the Day: "I'm getting married in 3 weeks and my ex has come back in my life that I didn't even know if I still had feelings for. So now I feel like I am locked into getting married plus we have just bought a block of land to build on and he has just come apart of my dad's business. My parents really want me to marry him. But I feel like there is unfinished business with my ex and the only reason we broke up was because we were both too young and I was sick. Is this just cold feet or me trying to find any reason to get out of my wedding or am I making a big mistake marrying this guy?" #MWDilemma
Dilemma of the day: "My fiancé and I have discussed what our dream wedding looks like, and we realised that we aren't so fussed on the wedding but we are really looking forward to the honeymoon. Travelling together as husband and wife would be the absolute dream. We'd love to have a smaller wedding to save cash so we can spend more time, money and effort into planning our honeymoon. My friends think I'll regret it as you only get married once and you have the rest of your life to travel together. They've got a good point. Now I'm worried I will be disappointed! Has anyone made this decision before? What's your advice?" #mwdilemmaoftheday
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