Getting married is a very big step in life and as exciting as it can be, it brings on many changes and can invoke fear in some. Wedding jitters right before the big day is a perfectly normal reaction for taking that big step. This article will give you tips for calming those wedding bell jitters.
Never forget that your wedding is YOUR day, so YOU need to choose the items you want for it. Decorations, cake, food, dress, shoes, it’s all up to you. Don’t let your friends or family get bossy and try to turn it into their dream wedding or you’ll regret that mistake for the rest of your life.
If you have to buy linens for your reception, make sure that they fit your table at home. Another option is to ask family and friends to bring theirs from home so you can just return them, after being professionally cleaned, when you’re done. If you have to mix and match you can adjust your color scheme to make it look intentional!
For the woman who is about to get married, don’t skimp on the dress. This is your day to shine, to look the most beautiful you have ever looked before, and to be decorated with unending compliments. So go buy that expensive dress you have always dreamed of wearing on your wedding day.
It is good etiquette to hold your champagne glass by the stem and not the bowl so you don’t heat up the liquid inside. You should always have a glass of champagne available to you during your reception so that you’re totally prepared whenever someone is ready to toast you.
You should avoid smoking or drinking beer from the bottle while at your own wedding reception. It’s just gauche and tacky to be seen doing something so pedestrian, so try to live up to the classy theme of your wedding. After the reception you can go home, light up a stogie and get wasted, if you so desire.
It’s important to research the laws in the location you’ve chosen for a destination wedding before you get there. They may have a curfew, or rules about alcohol consumption, or even licenses that you need to buy for photography or alcohol sales. Check with a local wedding planner for assistance.
As stated in the beginning of the article, getting married is a very big step in life. A leap of faith, if you will. Getting nervous and having doubts right before the wedding is perfectly normal. Apply the advice from this article on your wedding day, and you’ll definitely be headed down that aisle with confidence.