For little girls growing up in Texas their wedding day is something they always dream about. It’s a day dedicated to them and celebrating the love they have found and the life they will be living together moving forward. But there is a lot that goes into planning a wedding, everything from the big decisions like venue and food options, to smaller things like table centerpieces. But it’s interesting to hear that some of the traditions we expect at weddings are being tossed out in 2024. 

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One thing I can say from experience is that you need to make your wedding day exactly what you want it to be. This will likely be one of the best days of your life when you can get all your friends and family in one place. So, when you are making your plans for the big day, don’t worry about traditions or making other people happy. This day is all about you and the love of your life. 

What Traditions Are Being Tossed Out 

It was a bit shocking to hear about some of the traditions that brides and grooms are moving away from, but that is okay. Just because these events and traditions are the norm doesn’t mean they must continue.  

Traditions Texas Brides are Ditching in 2024

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Remember That Something is Going to Go Wrong 

At some point on your big day, something is going to go wrong. Those are going to be the things that make you laugh years later, don’t stress, just try to enjoy. And make sure you take tons of pictures. You will look back at your wedding photos for many years, take extra pictures with any grandparents or older family members. Just trust me on this one.  

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