Guide For Your Easy Wedding Day

What every bride deserves on her wedding day is to be stress-free.

That is why I am always by your side, ready to help with the timeline or connecting you with other vendors. I value connection with you as a couple, knowing body language and giving you all the tips to help you feel more relaxed. 

This is your day. Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your lives.

 

I am going to give you all of the tips to having the most stress-free wedding day. I want you to enjoy this day, and not have to worry about a thing! Follow my step-by-step guide for how to create this day to be as memorable as possible.

Plan, Plan, Plan! The more you plan ahead of time, the less stress you’ll have to deal with on your wedding day! This may seem obvious, but think through every detail at least 2 weeks ahead of time, so the week of you can simply enjoy this time with your fiancé.     

A wedding planner can be very helpful to ensure that every detail is thought through. Wedding planner can help you with organizing your big day, creating timeline. The key point of having a wedding planner is you can completely trust and relay on them, this let you stay headache free and relaxed.

Surround Yourself  With Your People!
Having your most favorite and supportive people surrounding you on your wedding day will help calm your anxieties! If something goes wrong, send *insert name* to get it figured out.
Of course, I am here for anything you may need that day, but your best friends know you best. 
The Morning of the Big Day:

Plan the morning properly! Making sure everything is planned out will start your day off right.Put all of your details in a special box for your photographer so they have all the things you want photographed! Such as: invitations, perfume, rings, jewelry, etc.
Before the Ceremony:

Before the ceremony, make sure everything is to your standards! Dress, hair, makeup, etc. One tip I give all of my couples is to have your “first look” before the ceremony! This can save you the time for the photos, and then have plenty of time for the bridal party photos and family photos.

If your first look is at the ceremony, talk to your photographer!!! You may need to have a second shooter to catch all the emotions.

More Tips!

Have extra time in your schedule for the day. 10-15 minutes is a great gap between activities that day!

Make a list with all family members you want to have a photo with! This can help avoid any awkward interactions if you forget someone 😉

Mention any and all questions to your wedding planner PRIOR to the day of! They can answer all of these questions, and if they can’t, then they have time to figure it out!

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