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What Honeymoon Destination Fits Your Inner Disney Princess?

When you think about your wedding day, you likely envision floating down the aisle to your partner, gorgeous blush peony centerpieces, your photographer taking photos of you in your dream dress-but wait, who's that? Oh, it's just your ex dancing to "Uptown Funk" on the dance floor with your family members.

Let's take a deep dive, shall we? Invite Your Ex If: It was more of a childhood/middle school/high school relationship and it's 100 percent laughable, done with and drama-free now.

An easy way to judge this is to think about how all key players will react to this person being at your nuptials-you, your partner, your parents, your partner's parents, your wedding party and closest friends and family members.

On the other hand, if your children are still feeling nervous about the wedding, and you and your ex are on extremely good terms and you both feel it's good to have both parents there to reaffirm and support that this is a good thing, go ahead. But again-make sure everyone is totally comfortable with it.

If you invite your ex, you'll need to give them a plus-one for obvious reasons.

If the thought of saying, "This is my friend Mike," to your grandmother feels weird and unnatural, don't invite your ex.

If the only way you think of them is as your ex, it's going to be awkward for everyone involved-and definitely not the day to do it.

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