A wedding is about two people joining together for the rest of their lives. The tips included here will help your big day go off the way you envisioned. Planning the right way will give you decades of great memories.
When you are planning to tie the knot, pick your bridesmaids in advance. This will help you to take away a lot of the pressure that you will face when you are getting married. Make sure that your picks are very personal to you and are key people in your life.
At your bridal party, try to make things as fun as possible with the people that you love. Have manicures and pedicures done to reward the people who made the biggest impact in your life? This will help to keep things casual as well so that the mood is set for the party.
Including pets in a wedding can be a fun, original way to celebrate your union! Dress your doggy up as a groomsman or bridesmaid and take them up the aisle with you. But do have someone take the dog away during the actual ceremony so it doesn’t end up barking or doing something it shouldn’t!
Put a lot of thought into the seating chart that you create for your wedding. Make sure that the elderly do not have to travel a long way to get to their seat and that your family is close to you. Also, try to have the members of each family sit with each other.
Take the time to think about what you want to say in your vows since these words mean so much and will be heard by all of your guests. The institution of marriage is lifelong and marked by a willingness to enter into a major commitment. Express how much you love the person you are going to marry in your vows.
Rather than break the bank for a towering wedding cake, opt for multiple tiers of decadent, sweet cupcakes or mini-tarts. Their affordability, convenience, and versatility make these arrangements highly desirable. Allow guests to pick a couple out and place them in a personalized cardboard container.
To ensure that you make it down the aisle with ease, be sure to try on your wedding shoes and wear them for one to two hours – at least twice – before the big day. This is especially important if you are unaccustomed to wearing heels, or if your feet are prone to swelling. It will also help you to decide if you need to add strap or heel cushions to your shoes to prevent blisters.
For your wedding rehearsal and dinner, do not wait until the last minute to put together a “look” for your hair, makeup, attire, and accessories. This is an important and memorable part of the wedding experience, and you can create a more involved participation by using the time as a way to offer friends and loved ones, a sneak peak into the design aesthetic of your big day.
If you follow these tips, your wedding will run smoothly. Most people only have one wedding, so you need to do it right. Every groom and bride deserve an unforgettable wedding.