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Ten Movie Lessons For Will And Kate
Movie wedding mistakes to avoid on the big day

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As you may have heard, there’s a slightly well known wedding coming up this week. Anyway, we thought we’d offer up some top tips to ensure the big day goes by without a hitch (except the expected one) by taking the example of ten cine-nuptials that didn't run quite as smoothly...

WORDS JAMES WHITE
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Ten Movie Lessons For Will And Kate | Find The Perfect Planner
Find The Perfect Planner

If the bride-to-be (or even the groom) wants a huge wedding with hundreds of guests and a lavish ceremony/reception, figuring out all those logistics can make it seem less like a blessed union and more like Operation Odyssey Dawn. So while some choose to go it alone or rope in a willing parent to help, the bigger wedding parties opt for a planner. Your best bet is someone like Franck Eggelhoffer (Martin Short) from Father Of The Bride (the 1991 Steve Martin-starring remake, at least). Sure, he may seem annoying with his OTT flamboyance and mad phrases, but he gets the job done eventually. Avoid people such as Jennifer Lopez’s Mary Fiore from The Wedding Planner (2001), though. She might be efficient and sexy, but she could also run off with the groom. Think of all the presents you’ll have to return! Also, the heartbreak.

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