Things Not to Overlook
Planning a wedding can be very stressful. There are so many things to take into account: the dress, the cake, the venue, the flowers and the honeymoon that sometimes the simplest tasks get forgotten. As important as all the big details are, the small details that can fall by the wayside are the ones that make a big difference. The little things, such as writing your vows, forgetting to pack and having enough food can be overlooked if you’re not careful.
Saying your vows is one of the most important aspects of a wedding. Telling your mate how they make you feel, how much you love them, how you can’t live without them can be nerve wracking even without the added pressure of an audience. Even if you know exactly what you want to say, writing everything down, getting the words on paper will make it easier to remember so when the times comes, you don’t mess up. And this is definitely a moment where you want everything to be perfect.
Going on your honeymoon is amazing, romantic and wonderful, but it won’t be any of those things if you forget to pack. With everything that’s going on leading up to the wedding, not to mention the actual day itself, you could forget to pack your suitcase and find yourself with one pair of clothes in France. If you remember nothing else, always pack a few days in advance. That way, when the time comes, you won’t have to worry about it and it’ll be one less thing you have to stress about.
Definitely make sure you have enough of is food. Whether you’re having a big or a small wedding, you need to make sure you have enough food. People come to a wedding not only to celebrate the couple getting wed, but also to have a good time by eating and drinking. Food can bring people together, but if you run out, you could have some angry relatives on your hands. And you don’t need hungry and drunk family members; that’s not a good combination.
These are three simple items that a bride can forget on her wedding day and if you just take time to relax and calm down, your special day can be all that you imagined. Remembering the small things will make the big event that more memorable. And making memories is what your wedding day is all about.