21 Unexpected Things You Have To Deal With When Canceling Your Wedding

20 Feb

I remember when this happened to me, I had only one step: Cry and not eat for two weeks. The end.

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When I called off my wedding a thousand years ago, it seemed like the end of the world. It also seemed like I had taken on a second career with the overwhelming amount of tasks required to unfold a nuptial disaster. In addition to being heartbroken, we were living together and hadn’t ended the relationship. Altogether, I felt paralyzed, embarrassed and like I was the only person in the world that had ever been dumped before her wedding day. Everyone around me was falling in love, moving in together and planning their own successful weddings where the groom wanted to show up. How could this have happened and how on earth do you go about unwinding the momentum of something as big as a wedding once the decision’s been made to call it off?

Here’s a quick guide of where to start:

1. Gather your army.

Depending…

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