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  • Writer's pictureSam Johns

The 10 Wedding Details Your Guests Won't Care About (and Why You Shouldn't Either)

Updated: Jun 14, 2023

Hey there, bride or groom-to-be! I know planning a wedding can be stressful, but I'm here to help. Let's

talk about the 10 things your guests won't care about, so you can stop stressing and start enjoying the planning process.

  1. The Colour of Your Tablecloths: Let's be real, your guests won't remember or care about the shade of blue you choose for your tablecloths. Go with what you love, but don't stress too much over it.

  2. The Brand of Champagne You Serve: Unless your guests are serious wine connoisseurs, they won't care about the brand of champagne you serve. So, choose a bubbly you love and let the good times roll.

  3. The Size of Your Diamond Ring: Your guests won't be examining your ring to see how many carats it is. They're there to celebrate your love, not judge your bling's size.

  4. The Number of Bridesmaids and Groomsmen: Your guests won't be counting your bridesmaids and groomsmen. Instead, choose the people who are important to you and who will support you on your big day.

  5. The Length of Your Ceremony: Your guests are there to celebrate your love, not to sit through a three-hour ceremony. Keep it short and sweet, and they'll be grateful.

  6. The Style of Your Invitations: Sure, pretty invitations are nice, but your guests won't care about the font or color scheme. Keep it simple.

  7. The Cost of Your Wedding Dress: Your guests won't care about the price tag on your dress. They'll be too busy admiring how beautiful and happy you look.

  8. The Complexity of Your Centerpieces: Your guests won't remember the intricate details of your centerpieces. Keep them pretty but don't go overboard.

  9. The Brand of Your Wedding Band: Your guests won't care if your wedding band is a big name or a local talent. As long as they can dance and have a good time.

  10. The Type of Wedding Favors You Give Out: Your guests won't be disappointed if you skip the favors altogether. Save your money and invest in making memories that will last a lifetime.


Q: What should I focus on instead? A: Focus on the things that matter most to you and your partner, like good food, good music, and good company. Make your guests feel included and appreciated, and they'll remember your wedding for years to come.

Q: Should I skip all the details my guests don't care about? A: Not necessarily. It's important to choose the details that are meaningful to you, but also keep your guests in mind. The key is to find a balance between what you love and what will make your guests comfortable and happy.

Your wedding day is all about celebrating your love with the people who matter most to you. Keep the 10 things your guests won't care about in mind, and focus on what really matters: creating a fun and memorable experience for you and your guests. Trust me, they'll have a blast regardless of the colour of your tablecloths or the brand of champagne you serve.


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