Health officials with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, however, are doing what they can to help out. The C.D.C. posted a tongue-in-cheek blog this week detailing several tips on how to survive the big day.
The blog suggests keeping a kit stuffed with safety pins and sedatives, because as they put it, "you never know when you might need to bandage up a clumsy flower girl, revive a passed out reception guest, or even evacuate."
The tone of the blog suggests that planning for a wedding, isn't too far off from planning in the event of a disaster. Which is why one of the main points of the article is urging brides-to-be to stay informed.
"Emergencies could range from a tear in your wedding gown, tornado, health issues, monster-in-laws, or bridezilla on the loose," the post explains.
While the undertone to some of the blog is humorous, it wouldn't hurt for brides-to-be to heed their advice to help ease stress levels.
As the C.D.C. writes, "be prepared and have one less thing to worry about on your big day."
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