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We asked readers to share their best wedding-day advice. Here's a selection of responses:

Leave your smart phones in the freezer!

– WalkerT ‏@BullDogOneBC

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Don't EVER have expectations that everything is going to be perfect that day. #biggestmistake

– Christen Harvey ‏@ChristenHarvey

If you don't have a planner make sure there is someone else that can handle whatever may go wrong w/out bothering you

– heather lentini ‏@hlentini0989

Don't stress. Nobody but you will notice if everything isn't according to your vision.

– Laurie RocheLawrence ‏@larlaw77

Don't worry about the small stuff that doesn't go as planned. Guests won't notice either way. Enjoy it and have fun!

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– Richard Hillier ‏@richardpaulhill

Put the phone down!

– Cheri Macaulay ‏@cheriyyc

Stick together! It's easy to get pulled in different directions by family and friends. Take it all in as a couple!

– Andre Labonte ‏@strayrebel

If the ceremony is in another language (like mine was), ensure you know when & how to say "I do" in that language. #liveandlearn

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– Lexoula ‏@Lexoula

Snacks. Snacks. And more snacks. If you think you're going to eat dinner, you're in for a rude awakening.

– Andrew C ‏@atec7

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