Things Every Bride Should Do On Her Wedding Day

Wedding is some serious business! After you are done and dusted with the hassle of designing, managing and planning a wedding, and the big day is finally around the corner, you completely zone out. The pent up excitement and jitters of the big day keep you utterly confused yet blank at the same time. Yes, your wedding day is definitely going to be fun and memorable, but NO, it will never be stress-free. In the midst of it all, you are going to neglect a few things that need to be focused on the most. So, instead of stressing you out with the elements that are going to keep you hooked, think of this article as your zen list. Yes, a zen list! To help you out, and to make you remember it, we are writing down a few things that every bride should remember and must do on or before her big day. Believe us when we say this, it is going to be a trouble saver for you. Let’s begin! Shall we? 

This goes without saying, every bride wants to look absolute best on her big day. So, we recommend you have all your pre-wedding fun, including your bridal shower at least a week before your wedding. Horde all your accessories and raid all the bridal stores Sydney for any remaining thing in this time period. We know, you would want to make your last night as a bachelor quite a memorable one with all the friends and family members who have gathered for this occasion, but we recommend you not to give in to this urge. Do your best to rest and remain low-key for at least a week. Go to bed by 11 at night before your wedding day, you need to have that beauty sleep in order to look fresh and remain fresh throughout the ceremony and reception.  

Similarly, keeping in mind the time of your wedding event, make sure you have at least two full meals before all the hoopla begins. Order or tell someone to prepare you a good and healthy breakfast with plenty of water and juice to keep you up throughout the day. If you want to have a toast with your bridesmaids before the wedding, keep it 30 minutes before the actual event, so you don’t feel dehydrated or tired while saying your vows. Make sure that your soon-to-be better half also do the same thing. You wouldn’t want your groom to be tripping around the church when you make an entry. Another thing that we can’t emphasize on enough is the need to let go of the wedding craze. Even if you are all-composed bride, there will definitely be some crazy moments before your big day. Regardless, you need to be prepared for it in advance. Arrange your schedule in such a way that you have enough time to have your breakfast/ lunch before heading for hair and makeup appointments and pre-wedding photo-shoot. Keep some free minutes of peace in between all these activities, and give yourself a nice, relaxing bath before you march out for the bridal preparations. 

This might sound obvious and stupid to you, but coming from our experience of seeing the brides in frenzy, don’t keep the things for last minute. It means that those wedding day preparations that can be done beforehand, should be done prior to the event. Take your beauty treatments, facial, massages and get your nails done a day or two before the main event. Have your wedding purse and bridal kit ready in advance too. This will save you the hassle of the last minute checking and arrangements, and you will be pretty relaxed on the actual day.  

Don’t forget that you should spend some quality time with the people you love, especially, considering that all your family is most probably under one roof. Have fun, laugh, dance around and go meet every guest and thank them for attending your wedding. Your big day might have a lot of errors and mishaps, but it is one of those days that you would never be able to forget. Make it special for not only yourself, but for your guests and attendees as well.