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Wedding plans go wrong

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• Alteration No. 1: The proposal
Since most weddings tend to be initiated by a proposal, I’ll start there. Though I am not one to swoon over romantic gestures, when my husband did not actually propose per-se, I found myself a little let down. His proffer to me went something like this: “So, um, do you maybe want to get married?”
How could I ever turn that down?
The moral of the story, gentlemen, is even if your beloved is the type of person who objects, as I did, to sappy romantic gestures, plan the proposal to be memorable. I’m sure she will thank you later.

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