bb20110305_parents_inside.jpgPlanning your wedding is something you can't do alone, and for sure, your family and friends will be more than willing to help you out. Sometimes though, the people around you--like your parents--become too excited for you that they start to impose their ideas. What do you do if your parents become overbearing in planning your wedding? How do you tell them to give you more freedom to plan your event without hurting their feelings?

MAREX'S ANSWER:

If there's anybody who knows how to best talk to your parents, it's you. You need to have a heart to heart talk with them, but not in an intervention kind of way. Tell them how much you love them and how much you appreciate their involvement in the wedding preparations, but also explain to them how important it is to you and your fiancé to make your own choices as a couple. You are, after all, getting married! 

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