When her mother heard this, she questioned L about what she’d been saying. Instead of apologizing or having a discussion, L left her wedding but had her two assistants stay behind to do all of the work that was supposed to have been her job.
“The cake cutting, champagne tower, wine service with dinner, and exit all were an epic failure because the planner left, and her assistants couldn’t execute. Most upsetting to me was that my ceremony programs were never given to the guests,” she shared.
She was heartbroken that no one handed out programs to explain the important meaning behind the wedding ceremony rituals. She and her husband had an interfaith ceremony, so she felt that without the programs for guests to read, the context was lost.
Plus, she’d bought yarmulkes for guests who chose to wear them, but no one put them out at the ceremony table.
“I feel my faith and traditions were not respected or prioritized,” she continued.
Even though her wedding day is over, and she understands that she can’t deny how things unfolded, she hopes to prevent this from happening to another couple on their wedding day.
Now, she’s debating on leaving a negative review on social media for her wedding planner. She also wonders if her mother fixing the table setting was something that made sense for the wedding planner to get upset over.
What would you do if you were in her shoes?
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