5 Small Things You Should Take Care of Before Your Wedding Day December 7, 2021 – Posted in: Blog


A wedding ceremony is perhaps the most cherished moment in a couple’s life. It signifies the beginning of a lifetime commitment and a bond like no other. A wedding gives you a teammate that will stand with you through happy and challenging times.

When planning the wedding, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with major responsibilities and forget about certain small details. To help you out, here’s a list of small things you need to handle before tying the knot. Let’s check them out!

1.Spend Some Time with Your Loved One

Planning a wedding entails a lot of things, from choosing a venue to determining the final guest list. It’s so easy to get caught up in all these activities that you forget to spend some time with your partner.

Yes! It’s traditional for the couple to spend the night apart from each other before the wedding. But this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t hang out together even for a few hours. If you have a wedding planning team, let them help you handle some things.

As they do that, find your significant other, whether it’s during the day or the evening, and take a walk. Go to the park, sit down and have lunch together. Lie down on the grass and look at the evening sky as you guys relax and unwind after a busy day of endless planning. Treasure that moment because the next time you see each other, you’ll be getting married.

2.Try To Get Some Shut-Eye

With all the planning and excitement associated with the wedding, it’s sometimes hard to get a good night’s sleep. But remember, a good night’s sleep is vital for your overall well-being. It improves your mental health by promoting healthy brain functioning and supporting emotional wellness. Lack of sleep can fog your brain, making you forget vital details and even make wrong decisions.

A full night’s sleep also eases stress and anxiety, which is normal before going through with the wedding. So, if you’re already feeling overwhelmed, take a nap and see your mood normalizing. It also rejuvenates your body by improving your immune system. 

If you don’t want to doze off during the church sermon, please get some sleep. Let your friends or family members double-check payment for vendors or deliver the wedding baskets. When you wake up, you’ll be in a better position to make informed decisions and handle the craziness that comes your way.

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3.Create An Emergency Kit

A crisis can happen, especially during the wedding. Your nail can chip, or you might spill red wine on your dress. That’s where an emergency kit comes in to save the day. Before your wedding, create a wedding kit. Even if you don’t get to use it, you’ll feel relaxed knowing you have it.

Design your kit based on your needs and accident proneness. Ensure your kit includes toiletries, a jewel cleaner, and a sewing kit for stitching minor rips and snags on the bride or bridesmaid gown. You should include makeup for touch-ups to use when your makeup shifts during the ceremony. Extra earrings, a first aid kit, nail polish, stain remover, portable phone charger, and small snacks are worth adding to the kit.

During the wedding, you’ll have a lot on your hands. So, after creating the emergency kit, hand it to a dependable and responsible individual, whether it’s your family member, best friend, or maid of honor.

We hope your wedding goes on with no hitch, but in case of an emergency, a wedding kit for the bride or groom will come in handy.

4.Select a Fragrance That Will Last Throughout the Day

Picking the right perfume before your wedding might not seem like an important decision. But that’s where you’re wrong! Your wedding perfume should make you smell like a million bucks and trigger amazing memories for years to come.

Even if you have a favorite scent, consider trying something new. Then, during other special ceremonies like anniversaries, you can apply the fragrance, so you and your partner can get flooded with memories of your wedding and the romance imbued in the special occasion.

Shop for a unique scent that you’re comfortable with. Experts recommend that the bride and groom should wear the perfume of their choice a few days before the ceremony to make sure it’s compatible with their body’s chemistry. As such, they can prevent any unpleasant surprise on their special day.

Most perfume lasts between one hour and two. So, to ensure the fragrance lasts all day, apply it to your pulse points and skin before the day of the wedding to see how long it lasts. If its scent stills linger, even after 7 hours, then you’re good to go. During the wedding day, you can carry the fragrance in your emergency kit to spritz whenever you feel like the scent is dissipating.

5.Practice Your Vows

Most individuals wait until the night or the morning of the wedding to write and practice their wedding vows. That’s wrong! Figure out what you want to say to your groom or bride during the wedding and write the words down. Edit the vows until everything flows perfectly.

Once you’ve done that, practice by reading the vows out loud at least several times before the wedding to memorize them. Alternatively, you can write it on a piece of paper to read during the wedding. But still, you need to practice if you don’t want butterflies in your stomach on the big day. Trust us! You will feel more relaxed if you’ve rehearsed your vows before.

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The days before your ceremony will arguably be hectic because of the endless list of activities. However, don’t get so caught up in them that you end up forgetting these small but very critical things. These small things will determine the success of your ceremony.

So, before your wedding, try to get enough good night’s sleep, practice your vows, create an emergency kit, and select quality and lasting perfume. If you do these, you’ll have nothing to worry about.

On that note, thank you for stopping by, and have a lovely wedding celebration.


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