All brides have specific ideas about their perfect wedding day. And, sure, you're entitled to call the shots -- but for practicality's sake, you going to have to relinquish that vision a bit.
For example, say you're planning a rooftop ceremony at a 50-story skyscraper. You find out that the elevator's going to be down for service that day, and your father-in-law has a heart condition. You simply have to move the ceremony to a more accessible location. Forcing the elderly or infirm to scale multiple stories or do any other strenuous activity is more than being a bridezilla, it's practically criminal. Do you really want to go down as the bride who killed her wedding guests?