Weddings can be a stressful time, so it's important not to sweat the small stuff.
That was a lesson one bride failed to take heed of when she decided to sue her wedding florist because the flowers were the wrong shade.
The blushing bride claims that the flowers she received were of more pastelly shades than the darker colours she had requested.
Elana Glatt, a lawyer, spent $27,000 on the flowers for her wedding and is requesting $400,000 or £200,000 in damages, reports Sky News.
In the lawsuit, Ms Glatt said: "The use of predominantly pastel centrepieces had a significant impact on the look of the room and was entirely inconsistent with the vision the plaintiffs had bargained for."
Stamos Arakas, a florist at Posy Floral Design, claims that they had tried to match the flowers to a photograph given to them by the bride, but that they had warned her that the colours may not look exactly the same.