Planning a wedding is generally done by both the soon-to-be bride and groom. They talk to their wedding coordinator, meet with different wedding vendors and decide on many things for the wedding. Both of them are of course excited yet pressured in making the wedding a success. But well, the bride-to-be is usually the more enthusiastic, hands-on and organized during the planning process. This is especially true if the groom is busy with work or wants the bride to feel extra special by allowing her to choose what she wants.
And because a bride in totality handles the wedding, then they should really know what to do, what to avoid and how to prepare for their wedding. Here are some tips for all brides to be reading this post.
Watch your diet, eat healthy
You certainly want to look the most beautiful on that day, right? Well, start a diet plan or begin eating healthy months before the wedding. Your wedding gown must fit you comfortably. One way to ensure this is by losing weight or not gaining any. Hence, watch what you eat.
Keep your nails clean and manicured
People will be asking to see your engagement ring from time to time. Keep your nails clean so you won’t feel ashamed displaying your hand to people. Clean, well-shaped nails will also look good in the wedding photos taken by your trusted wedding photographer Newcastle.
Exercise regularly to slim down
If you really want to look good on your wedding day, you have to exert effort in working out months before. This is particularly applicable to women who are on the heavy side.
Look for a gown at least 6 months ahead
The bride’s walk down the aisle is one of the highlights of a wedding and at that moment, all eyes are on the bride donning on an elegant wedding gown. A gown can either flatter your body or not. You have to order or have one made at least 6 months ahead so there is still time for adjustments.
Keep a wedding checklist
Make you own wedding checklist and share it with your wedding planner as well as your future groom. This will guide you on what preparations to make, which vendors to look for and many other things.
Delegate tasks clearly
Assigning of task is important when planning your wedding. Make sure the tasks of your hired professionals are clear. If you are going to assign some tasks to relatives, make sure your instructions are clear. You can even prepare a wedding shot list for your wedding photographers andover to use. Do not forget to assign someone to gather important wedding items after the wedding party.
Get photographed with groom before the wedding
Formal shots with your groom before the wedding ceremony are highly advised if you really want to keep awesome pictures of you and your groom. Remember that during the wedding, your makeup might wear off thus lessening the glow or beauty of your face so at least you have good shots before the ceremony.
Find time to write your wedding speech
Writing a wedding speech can help you avoid forgetting whom to thank. You can mention names of people who helped you prepare for your big day.
Hire a wedding coordinator
Getting a wedding planner or coordinator can lessen burden from your shoulder. A wedding planner can assist you in finding supplies, vendors and venue/s. He/she can connects you with the right people in the wedding industry so choosing wedding vendors will be easier.
Practice walking on your new shoes
Yes, you read it right. It might sound like a silly advice but then it surely is true. You will be walking down the aisle on your wedding in front of many people. You surely need to feel comfortable ramping in your new heels or shoes. Hence, go start strutting yourself at home.
Hopefully, these tips can help all brides out there in planning for their wedding.