Disaster Potential

I realize that there is no such thing as a perfect wedding and at some point in the day, something will go wrong or  veer off plan. However, I am committed to calculating the disaster potential (DP) and keeping it at a bare minimum. For example, when working with an inexperienced vendor, there’s a chance that they might not have had a wedding similar to mine and when something comes up, they don’t know how to deal with it.

But the vendors I’m working with are experts on their field and most have done a wedding at the Chrysler Museum before. The bridal party is free of people who would cause pointless drama and our parents are both still together, ridding us of the endless worry about how the divorced parents will handle seeing each other and their new spouses.

Trying to keep the DP low as possible.

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