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Ok, so in less than 3 months I'll be married and off on my honeymoon to Orlando, which I'm pretty excited about given I've never been outside of Europe in my life.
However the wedding thing is pretty scary. Not being married, that bit I'm looking forward to, I'm not getting cold feet. I just don't really know what weddings involve.
My girlfriend, or fiance (Still not quite used to that) has done most of the organising, I just get my credit card out and pay for things. I've organised things I know stuff about, like music, entertainment and photography but the actual layout of the day has been down to her.
So what do I do? What do I need to know? I know I've got this church thing to go to in the morning, then a short car ride and then I arrive where the meal/evening reception is. What do I put in my speech? How long should it last?
And to add further confusion I've got lots of relatives coming that I haven't seen in years, I've got a horrendous memory and won't recognise a good 75% of them. How do I establish if they're my side of the family or hers?
So come on married men and women of H&A, lend me a hand.
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