There is no decision fatigue like bridal decision fatigue.
From the important decisions (finding the right dress) to the ridiculous (searching for three months for the perfect cake toppers) it’s near impossible to escape your wedding without a snafu or seven.
I mean, who’s to know in the middle of wedding planning hell that you won’t always love apricot taffeta or frosty pink lipstick?
That’s why I’m not surprised that 82% of women have admitted that they’d change aspects of their wedding day if they could do it over again.
Just like Sarah Jessica Parker who admitted to Harper’s Bazaar she still regrets her black wedding dress, a third of women “cringe” when they look at their wedding dresses now.
Thirty-eight per cent of the 1,000 women polled would change the way they did their hair and make-up, 32 per cent said they cringe at the thought of their dress and one in five (21 per cent) would drop at least one of her bridesmaids from the bridal party. Way harsh Tai.
As for putting a ring on it, 39 per cent regret letting their husband choose their engagement ring, and given the chance, a quarter of brides would change their wedding ring.