Grrrr! I want to be happy for her and I truly want to believe that this marriage is going to work -- but if Kim Kardashian lets Kanye West plan their wedding, she's going to live to regret it and will probably wind up resenting him.
Yes -- it sounds like this is the direction she's leaning, based on a comment she made to People after her surprise birthday proposal. Kim said, "We honestly haven't had a moment to talk about it or even breathe, so we haven't really talked about it, but whatever he wants."
Whatever he wants? Seriously?
I know she's been through a wedding before and wants to make sure Kanye is happy, and all -- but what's the point of being the bride if you're not going to have any say in the whole deal?
A wedding is basically the one day in a woman's life that is all hers, which is why most dudes sit back and relax and let their bride take the reins instead of diving too far into the planning stuff.
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If Kim lets Kanye take control over her big day, there's going to come a point in time either during her vows or the ceremony where she's going to think to herself, "Wait a minute ... what the hell have I done? I let him take over the wedding, and now he's going to expect to get his way with everything we go through as a married couple. How could I have been so stupid?"
And aside from Kanye being way too comfortable with always getting his way -- can you imagine how crazy over-the-top the wedding will be if Kim doesn't reel him in a little bit? I'm picturing him riding to the venue in a chariot, sitting on a throne instead of standing there waiting for Kim to walk down the aisle, doves being released when she does -- and him wearing a velvet robe and crown instead of a tuxedo.
Oh, and don't forget the full orchestra, gospel choir, and and skydivers jumping out of an airplane dressed in angel costumes at the exact moment Kanye says, "I do."
How involved was your husband with wedding planning?
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