Planning the perfect day does not come without months of preparation and many thousands of dollars spent on dress, place, catering and entertainment.
And although the happy couple can love each and every one of its aspects, it is very possible that your guests do not.
A group of disgruntled wedding guests have recently come forward to confess the wedding-related trends that others love, but they secretly hate it.
From the faux pas of fashion, which includes why the classic strapless dress gets along, even how the rustic touches are ruinous, here, FEMAIL takes a look at what they despise.
The strapless wedding dress, generally considered a classic option, was seen as outdated by some wedding guests (stock image)
The thread, shared on Facebook, began with the guests talking about "boring wedding dresses that do not show personality".
"Maybe it's because I love fashion, but I can not stand the strapless style of a white line," one woman wrote.
& # 39; Dispose (sic) strapless white satin dresses from one line … & # 39; added another. & # 39; Everyone has one and everyone is the same.
A guest at the wedding said he despised the strapless white satin dresses of a line because he thought they looked "outdated"
"I hear the term" traditional "but they are just dated, but they are only 90s / 00s, look back through history and there are fantastic styles and none are strapless lines."
Others spoke openly about their negative feelings about rustic weddings, which currently seem to be in vogue.
One woman wrote: "Rustic weddings with burlap and mason jars and weddings in barns when the couple is not from the country and has no relationship with rural life."
"Those massive letters of light that spell" love "or the names of the couple," interjected another.
Others spoke openly about how their feelings regarding rustic weddings, which currently seem to be in fashion (stock image)
A third party also said that he considered that the weddings in the stable were not carried out, and he wrote: "Unless you grow up on a farm, do not do it!"
Although it is not uncommon to see children attend a wedding, some disgruntled guests thought that this was of poor quality.
"My ceremony will not have any children screaming, ruining it," one woman wrote.
A rustic wedding can be a nice alternative to a traditional ceremony, however, some believe that unless you grew up on a farm you do not have the right to get married in a barn
Another said she wondered if children who were allowed to attend a wedding depended on the values of a culture.
& # 39; Where I grew up, it was very rare for children to attend weddings. Some allowed the florist and ring bearer to attend the reception, but it was not unusual for parents to bring them a babysitter between events, either.
While some may feel that the signs add a more personal touch to a wedding, others, such as this wedding guest, remain unconvinced
Other complaints from the wedding attendants referred to "signs of the obvious", the crushing cake and garbage from the photo shoots of the dress.
"Signs in general," one woman wrote. & # 39; A sign next to the cake that says "Pastel". Thanks, I never would have found out.
"Choose a seat, not a side", oh, so original. "Cards and gifts". Gosh, I thought that the empty box with a slot was where we put our raffle tickets to win the sign that says "This wedding has alcohol and is being recorded".
Children who attended weddings also proved to be a topic among those who commented on the Facebook thread
The success of the cake, although it was seen as a fashion activity by some couples, was seen by a guest as not only outdated but also as "so lame".
Brides with a penchant for the destruction of their dresses after the big day were also criticized by a guest who simply could not see the point.
& # 39; Those photo sessions where the bride ruins her dress. Like, seriously, donate it! Some people want a good dress and maybe they can not afford it, "he wrote.