Wedding are special! Two becoming as one is very special! No doubt, it will be a day to remember! Enjoy it! Weddings are just as unique as the people are that make up the marriage. It may range from large to small, expensive or inexpensive, formal or casual. However, decisions have to be made. Following are some tips and tricks others have found valuable to make those decisions easier:
Make sure that at your wedding, there are enough refreshments for all of your guests. During the night, there will be a lot of dancing and conversing, which can lead to dehydration. Prepare accordingly by having a lot of quality water and soda in many different locations at your wedding.
On the days leading up to your wedding, make sure that your future husband or wife is feeling okay. You will be their biggest supporter and someone to whom they can turn. Reassurance will make them feel great and more comfortable about this huge decision in his/her life. Tell them a few motivational words to help them cope with their stress.
Give your husband-to-be, some cuff links and a tie clip on the morning of your wedding, so he can match your jewelry. It looks great in photos, when there is a splash of sparkle and color on both of you and it will be very meaningful for him to know that you were thinking of him on your big day.
Don’t be a bridezilla! Delegate tasks for your wedding to your loved ones to help relieve the stress on you and get them involved. If your Mom loves to cook, ask her to help with the catering. If your Dad is a wine aficionado, have him help with the wine selection for your reception. Get everyone involved!
Avoid over-dieting just to fit your dress! Just like an athlete who is training, starving yourself could cause dehydration. Passing out at the altar in the middle of exchanging vows? Not a pleasant thought. Buy a dress that has a corset back instead for more flexibility.
When thinking of what to give your guests as a wedding favor gift, consider who you’re inviting. If half your family are recovering alcoholics, then a bottle of wine is probably not a good idea. If they’re diabetics, then candy won’t work, either. Choose something they’re likely to keep as a memento and not throw out when they get home.
Find out before your wedding ceremony when and where you are permitted to take photographs. Some venues won’t permit flash photography at all, while some officiants don’t want anyone taking photos while they are conducting the ceremony. If you find out the rules ahead of time you can plan out the shots you are allowed to take beforehand.
Hopefully, the above tips and tricks have helped you with some decisions to be made regarding your wedding! No doubt, getting married is a special occasion! A day you will not forget! It may be large or small, expensive or inexpensive, formal or casual – regardless it will be special, because it is your day! Congratulations!