Wedding Day Advice

March 27, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

 

  • Enjoy your wedding day and try to delegate as much as you possibly can so you don’t find yourself stressing about all the little details when you have enough on your plate as it is.

 

  • Consider doing a test run with your makeup and getting opinions from friends. Why leave it to chance the day of your wedding with not much time during the day to overcome/fix your makeup that you may not like?

 

  • Don’t procrastinate on the planning. Try using a wedding checklist to help give you an idea of what needs to be done. Many of us take for granted how much planning goes into a  wedding. Of course it depends on the couple of how simple or extravagant the event will get.

 

  • Don’t be afraid to be creative for your ceremony and reception. After all it is your special day. Often times family members or close friends will try to give you a lot of device of how they would want it done. Don’t fall victim to the guilt trips.

 

  • Try to plan for extra downtime after the wedding to decompress from all the wedding events.  It can really take its toll on you! Don’t make the mistake of returning back to work or other large responsibilities directly after your wedding if all possible.

 

  • Consider playing some upbeat music while walking back from the altar after the ceremony and your first kiss. The energy in the room is going to be fantastic with a lot of emotions and playing an upbeat song would be more appropriate and fun in place of a slow love song.

 

  • Be prepared that things are not going to go as planned. Do what you can to just roll with it and make the best out of a situation. We can’t always control the things that happened around us, but we can control how we react.

 

  • Try to eat well before the day gets away from you. Before you know it, you will be spending hours getting ready, spending time with your photographer, ceremony, more time with your photographer, work your way through the crowd of people congratulating you, a little more time with your photographer, and then you might get the opportunity to eat. Also consider having something to snack on on your way to the airport or hotel room.

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