April 15, 2007
She soon learned that there was no such thing as a simple wedding. As soon as you tell people youíre getting married, you are the recipient of unsolicited advice and bad ideas, ridiculous demands and unrealistic expectations. Itís impossible to make everyone happy. The biggest lesson she learned was that every bride should do exactly what she wants, have the wedding she wants. Itís her day, and she should please herself, especially since she canít possibly please everyone (or anyone) else. So thatís what she did: small civil ceremony; vintage gown; dark chocolate cake; a bouquet of deep red roses.