Wedding planning, when not handled correctly, can drain all the joy out of the days preceding your ceremony. The following are some ideas that can help optimize the entire experience of getting married.
Don’t starve yourself silly just to fit in a wedding dress. You may end up being dehydrated and maybe even light-headed. Passing out at the altar in the middle of exchanging vows? Not a pleasant thought. Buy a dress that has a corset back instead for more flexibility.
Don’t use an overabundance of flowers as table centerpieces for your reception. Usually, the flowers are only in your guests’ way. Not only that, but you may have some guests who are allergic to flowers. In order to provide a romantic look, you can place unscented candles centered on the table.
Keep in mind all things when considering a venue for your receptions, like having adequate dance floor space. It can be a horrible experience to feel crammed while everyone around you is trying to dance; move chairs and tables out of the way to give everyone some extra breathing space.
Brides should take the time to practice walking in their wedding shoes and dress so that they will be comfortable and graceful on their big day. Go with flats if you’re worried about twisting an ankle. It’s a pretty simple exchange there to ensure you’re not going to fall.
Make sure the lights at the venue are on a dimmer switch. While this might seem like a little detail, a lower light for the first dance is always preferable, while you will want things a little brighter during the speeches part of the ceremony. Check out the lighting available at different venues before picking one.
This article can help you to get your wedding planning done without losing sight of what really matters. Your wedding is a new start to your life, so you should plan ahead for it.