How will you remember your wedding in 35 years?
Tips to Make Sure You Enjoy Wedding Day
1. Sleep well & Wake up refreshed.
Get to bed at a decent hour the night before your wedding so you can be your best. For this very reason it’s best to plan bachelor / bachelorette parties at least a week ahead of time.
2. Eat a breakfast that is high in protein and complex carbohydrate.
This breakfast will take a while to break down in your body and keep you going, which is very important since brides and grooms can go long periods without eating in Our Indian Wedding.
3. Brides: Give yourself plenty of time to get ready.
You want to be able to relax as much as you can and have a good time with your bridesmaids or relations, not stressed out over whether you will finish in time. This will always reflect on your photos.
4. Brides: Wear a dress shirt when getting your hair styled.
Brides often wear T-shirts that have to be pulled over their freshly done hair at the end. Dress shirts, however, can be unbuttoned without doing any damage to your beautifully done hair.
5. Grooms : You should always make a list of all the things you need to do on the morning of the wedding.
Bridesmaids or Bride’s friends are great at helping a bride remember everything. Groomsmen are less helpful in this regard. Its always better to assign work to them and track it.
6. New Shoes
Almost every bride and groom has this issue. If you bought new shoes for the wedding, be sure to use them ahead of the time, otherwise you’re most likely to feel awkward in them and have sore feet by the end of the day.
7. Don’t overdo perfume
This goes for both Groom and Bride, Heavy perfume can make you feel nauseous.
8. Hire a wedding coordinator if possible.
Couples often decide to cut this expense, but having coordinators let you enjoy your big day by keeping drama at bay.
If you can’t hire one, let your bridesmaids or friends handle some of the responsibilities, but remember they aren’t experienced so think mayn’t go as expected.
9. Brides : Don’t forget to make a wedding day survival kit.
A typical one includes a first aid kit, tampons,stain remover pen and anything else that might fix a minor emergency.
10. Take a few selfies, But other than that, put your phone away.
Mobile Phone defiently the best technology ever invented, Yes it does have wonderful cameras but Always remember Nothing is happening around this world that’s more important than your wedding, OK?
11. Stop to take it all in during the ceremony.
In mids all chaos, Stop and Take some “deep breath”. This help you relax a bit and give you moments so that you can look over the guests & relations, gaze at your spouse, and burn these memory into your brain.
12. Make sure you have dinner
Taking the time to enjoy a full meal is almost impossible with so many guests seeking for your attention, but a five-minute dinner where you grab a few bites and enjoy your new spouse’s company is more manageable. And please do arrange with the caterers to send a couple to-go boxes of food with you when you leave the venue. They’ll be very glad to do it.
13. Be magnanimous.
Smile is reflection of your heart, so try to greet everyone with a smile even if it’s your second cousin whom you haven’t spoken to in a couple years because she said that thing (you know what I’m talking about). No one likes an angry bride, and you are mostly won’t be like being one either.
14 Make This one up: Have a moment with each of your parents.
In midst of everything, it best to take a moment to thank your parents, grandparents, and guests (especially those who traveled great distances) for making your wedding such as wonderful as possible in your life .
15.Give the DJ a list of songs you want to hear or make a CD of them.
Music helps you to relax(Proved Scientifically), so hearing the song you love, always keep you pumped up and relaxed.
16: Appoint someone to save you from chatty guests.
Inevitably someone, whether it’s your great aunt or the dad of your college roommate, will talk your ear off seemingly unaware it’s your wedding day. That’s why having someone to politely pull you or them away is a must.
17.Have a relaxed attitude about the wedding night.
If fireworks explode, thats awesome. But after a long day many brides and grooms collapse exhausted. Don’t worry… there’ll be plenty of time for fireworks later.
18.Be Prepared that SOMETHING will mess up
Everything will go as you planned your wedding but being prepared mentally is good, because normally we have tendency to do mistakes while trying to get everything perfect.
19. Remember why you’re there.
Amid all of the fun, traditions and celebration be sure to take a moment to look over at the person you’re pledging your life to and reflect on the incredible journey that lies ahead of you both.
Hope these few tips helps.