Ladies and gentleman, we are gathered here today to judge the tone and definition of the bride's upper arm muscles.
If you're a lady who has been married, this is probably going to seem very familiar. You're trying your darndest to remember what's really important about marriage (Which bridesmaid goes down the aisle first?), but all you can think about is how hundreds of people are going to be looking at and judging you and therefore your hair needs to look perfect.
It's hard to reflect on the lifelong commitment you're making to your bridal gown—sorry, husband—when you're being told by TLC that your wedding day needs to be bigger, better and more expensive than all your friends.
Oh well, you and your groom and your Le Creuset pots have have a lifetime ahead of you to think about your vows.