You plan, you make lists, you delegate. All brides know that when it comes to planning a successful wedding, the amount of google searches you do, trying to figure out what you should do and when, are endless. But what about the details you overlook? The forgotten items despite your best laid plans?
Follow the steps below to ensure you don’t forget these 3 vital details, in which so many brides regret not doing!
It’s one of those cliche events at receptions…the toasts. But more often then not, many guests have traveled a long way and spent several hundred dollars to attend your wedding. And although that might pale in comparison to what you have spent, they are showing their support for your marriage which in reality, is priceless. Make sure that you, as a couple, specifically give credit to your guests, to point out how far many of them have come, and to let them know your sincere appreciation. It might seem cliche, but after the wedding, you will feel glad that you did!
The odd thing about your wedding day, is that most couples spend the majority of it apart from each other. The getting ready process, leading up to the ceremony, is a long one! Do something special for each other and leave the chaos of the day during those getting ready stages, and write a simple card to each other, to be exchanged right before your First Look or your ceremony. It’s a time to get away from everyone else demanding of your attention, and to reflect on the fact that you are about to get married. And the exchange of those letters, reading each other’s heartfelt emotions, is priceless!
One of the most debated subjects about weddings is whether or not to do a first look with your groom. But what most brides forget, is to consider doing one with their dad. Oftentimes once the ladies are done getting ready, the dad enters the scene and it ends up being a rushed blur, and in front of all your ladies, so you guys aren’t able to truly let go, and experience this precious moment as your father considers giving you away for the first time. Talk to your photographer about setting up a First look with your dad, to preserve these precious memories on camera, and ensure that you are able to have this quiet time with your family before the craziness of the day sets in.
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