It’s normal to worry about everything leading up to your wedding day, it is a day you’ve often spent months (or even years) planning and something you hope to share with all those closest to you. To help calm some fears, we have put together six areas that will not leave you with any regrets after your wedding day! Do you have some more tips? Let us know in the comments.
There are many highly talented people in the world of wedding planning. If there is an area that means a lot to you, make sure to budget for a professional in that field. From photographers to wedding planners to decor specialists hiring someone you can trust to carry out a fantastic job will be well worth it in the long run.
Sending a list
Send your suppliers a list of anything important they need to know for your wedding day, including any venue times they may need to be aware of. Most photographers will ask for a list of group shots you would like to have taken on your wedding day, make sure to take the time to create this list so that you don’t miss out on any.
Eating the cake
You will find yourself wanting to talk to everyone on your wedding day (and vice versa), meaning you could easily miss out on the meal and cake that you took so long picking! At a minimum, ask someone to set aside some cake for you, but try to make sure you sit down and eat with everyone else.
Spending time with your bridal party
Set aside some time during your day to hang out with the people that mean the most to you. Getting ready in the morning with your favourite people can be an absolute blast. They are the ones that have laughed with you, helped you with your planning, and have been as excited as you since your engagement!
The perfect shoes
Don’t make the mistake of not testing your shoes out before your wedding day. Nothing would be a bigger downer than discovering you can’t dance in them or that they give you blisters in the first hour of your day. Have a second pair to hand during the day if you need to swap into some comfortable shoes.
When it comes to your wedding day, it should be about you and your partner. Pick and choose any traditions that mean something to you, reflecting your love, and discard the rest. There is nothing set in stone, except having fun on your wedding day.