Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Stars Tom Schwartz & Katie Maloney Give Celebrity Wedding AdviceCupid's Pulse Article: ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Stars Tom Schwartz & Katie Maloney Give Celebrity Wedding Advice

By Stephanie Sacco

Reality TV couples are in right now and Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney of Vanderpump Rules are no exception. According to EOnline.comthe pair visited the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to inform E! about their celebrity wedding. Katie says not to sweat the small stuff while Tom’s advice is: “Just remember to make sure your bride-to-be is happy and she feels like she has your support. And also make sure you’re there for her when she needs you.” Looks like the bride is always right with this celebrity couple.

Yours may not be a celebrity wedding, but not sweating the small things is good advice for all. What are some ways to keep from getting obsessive about wedding details?

Cupid’s Advice:

You don’t need to be in celebrity news to have your wedding talked about, but you don’t want to overdo it. Weddings can bring out the worst in people so keep yourself in check. Cupid is here to help:

1. Don’t be a bridezilla: It’s absolutely okay to want perfection at your wedding, but don’t treat people badly because they aren’t exactly what you want them to be. Make the decisions but be kind towards your team. No shouting or throwing fits because your flower arrangements aren’t precise.

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2. Be patient: Take your time with the planning and make sure to give yourself enough to plan your perfect wedding. Be patient with your wedding planner, your family, your wedding party, and most importantly your fiance. They’re all on your side so don’t take them for granted.

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3. Double check: If you feel like the details are slipping away from you, double check everything. Pay close attention to details but don’t obsess over them. Trust that the planning you did was enough to get you through the ceremony. You got this!

How do you prevent being an obsessive bride-to-be? Comment below!