Making a wedding without making the in-laws the outlaws.
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The wedding season is upon us. Weddings are joyous occasions, a time to celebrate with relatives and friends, but the burden of making the celebration can make for some really uncomfortable conversations.There are financial aspects and wedding preparations to discuss, during which the effort to try to accommodate all involved requires delicate balance. The parents of the bride and groom, and the bride and groom themselves, each have their own interests, which may or may not coincide with the interests of all or any of the others.
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