Every girls dream wedding definitely does not start with the chicken pox.
As mentioned above, anything is possible. After months of preparation, one could simply not prepare for- or see chicken pox lurking up on oneself, a week before the wedding the rashes and the itching started, with this obviously some emotional devastation. Thank heavens I am the youngest of 6 children and I had enough support to get through the week, with giggles and tears, my husband was going to marry a dalmatian - his words, not mine - At least he tried to make me feel better by saying I was a "sexy dalmatian"(not very successful).
It was an honor for me to wear my mothers wedding dress, after years of dreaming about it as a child. It was worn for the first time 12/12/1981 at my parents wedding and again by me 15/10/2016 (after a few small alterations - she was a tad skinnier). In a few days it will be their 35th anniversary. And in quite a few years it will be mine.
My make-up artist - Marinel van der Heever - Worked a few miracles, and by the end of the evening the pox was still out of sight and out of mind, thanks to my beautiful husband and amazing guests - sadly after many warnings to the guests, the pox epidemic spread to one of our guests from Johannesburg.
There were a few little disasters like the weather, which had more moodswings then a panicked bride, and the DJ that planned his own playlist after being supplied with a perfectly great and amazing playlist. In the end nothing could spoil my happiness and it couldn't have bothered me less.
If you have the right groom, nothing can spoil a wedding...