As soon as the weather starts warming up, I start thinking about weddings. I get invited to my share and I always love to see what dress the bride will be wearing. There’s scarcely a greater feeling than standing in front of your loved ones, getting ready to marry the love of your life, in a dress designed to make any woman feel like a queen in her castle. It’s no wonder so many bridal gowns are preserved with such love and care.
Of course, there are other important things to consider such as the planning of a wedding and everything leading up to the big day.
Engagement parties, bridal showers, bachelorette parties, and more. Perfectly planned with memories that will last a lifetime. Or hopefully not.
You don’t need me to tell you how you want your wedding to turn out, it’s been every girl’s dream since childhood. By the time the big day arrives, you will have planned your perfect wedding. It’s your day and time to do your thang, whatever your thang may be.
However, as someone who’s been through the wedding day, I can tell you that no matter how well weddings are planned, you need to allow for the unexpected. I’ve compiled a list of 5 warnings I can give you to help you get through your big day.
The number 1 tip I can give you is to get plenty of sleep the night before. In today’s world of technology, everyone would love nothing more than to be the first person to post a photo of you sleeping on your big day. They’ll share it all over the internet. And they’ll tag you. Count on it, just count on it.
Boys will be boys and their memorable wedding day is different than ours. Their cherished memories may not be the same as yours. In fact, I can pretty much guarantee it.
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Mother Nature gets PMS like the rest of us. She can be evil. Plan to bring your own sunshine to your wedding. You’ll probably need it.
Photobombers exist. Bloop, there it is.
Saving money is smart when it comes to weddings. After all, you’ll be starting your new life together and will have a lot of financial strain in setting up your new home. However, it’s better to have both his and her cakes than to try to reach an agreement on one. Refer back to… Boys will be boys and their memorable wedding day is different than ours!…
The moral of this post is that no matter what happens on your big day and thereafter, your big day is the day to start making laughter the soundtrack of your marriage. It’s okay if things don’t go as planned and you break the almighty wedding rules. Laugh, enjoy, and love.