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9 Things Brides Wish They Knew Before They Got Married

Planning to get married soon? Take some advice from recent brides who share what they wish they knew before they said 'I Do.' [Photo: Samm Blake]"I stressed over every little detail of my wedding--even the day of. Looking back, it was silly that I got so upset that the linens weren't the exact shade I wanted. I wish I had just enjoyed the day more and had more fun." And this bride isn’t alone: According to a poll by Winq, a social polling app for millennials, 79 percent of recent said the most important piece of advice they have for brides is to remember to let go and have fun at your wedding.
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