All too often, wedding planning deteriorates into a stressful and miserable experience that depletes joy from the wedding day. The following tips will help you make that special day one that is remembered as something joyous rather than something stressful.
One of the biggest mistakes people make is not practicing the big walk enough. It takes more than two run throughs on rehearsal night to overcome the fact that items could be in the way. Make it second nature by doing several practice walks down the aisle. Be sure that this is done where the wedding will take place so the floor can be tested along with the footwear. That way, you will know precisely how you should move.
Don’t be a bridezilla! Delegate tasks for your wedding to your loved ones to help relieve the stress on you and get them involved. If your Mom loves to cook, ask her to help with the catering. If your Dad is a wine aficionado, have him help with the wine selection for your reception. Get everyone involved!
To save money on your wedding, you may want to consider asking a family member or friend to make your cake. Wedding cakes can go for hundreds of dollars, which is an unnecessary expense if you know someone that is good at baking. Perhaps having a family member or friend make your cake can be their wedding present to you!
Health-conscious lovebirds can opt for gluten-free wedding cakes, appetizers, and refreshments. Instead of sweets loaded with wheat, many bakeries now offer options that are entirely free of gluten. These cakes, cookies, and edible favors include ingredients like potato flour, which can be used to bake delicious, light, and healthy treats that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Be prepared and plan ahead, then take time to relax as the big day gets near. Plan ahead for your wedding day because it can mark the beginning of a beautiful life with someone you love.