What Do Most Brides Often Forget?
Whether you’re having a big or an intimate wedding, planning every aspect of your wedding day can be a pretty stressful job!
From booking your dream venue to shopping for your favorite wedding dress and sending out pretty invites, you’ve made endless preparations for your wedding. But there are some things that brides usually forget to set up or pack that they won’t realize until the actual day comes.
If you’re feeling like you forget something while planning yours? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! Check out the list below to find out the things that almost every bride forgets, and make sure to include them on your to-do list before saying “I Do.”
#1 Bridal Emergency Kit:
It’s a common wedding mistake that brides forget to create a bridal emergency kit. A wedding emergency kit will help you tackle any little problems you might experience on your wedding day. Additionally, it will ensure you or your friends or family do not have to rush to get something that you have forgotten at the last minute.
You can include everything in your emergency kit, from a water bottle to tissues, a mini sewing kit, makeup for touch-ups, band-aids, a pain reliever, and everything you could need.
#2 Comfy Shoes To Dance The Night Away:
Wearing high heels will definitely enhance the charm of the bridal look, but after wearing them for hours, you will feel like your feet need a break.
Yes, your heels are stunning, but also remember that they’re not dance-floor friendly. With this in mind, if you want to dance all night long, don’t forget to have a pair of cute but comfortable shoes.
#3 Assign Someone To Pack Up Your Accessories/Gifts:
Undoubtedly, the major focus of most brides is on their wedding dresses and shoes, so they can easily overlook packing certain accessories on the big day. This is your reminder, brides!
Assign anyone from your wedding party and let her make a packing list of all the wedding accessories, gifts, and your personal items so that they all come with you. This could include the essentials like your veil, jewelry, hair ornaments, undergarments, and cake-cutting utensils.
#4 Eating A Healthy Breakfast:
Your wedding day is going to be a very overwhelming, busy day. And the excitement and nerves will make you think that you’re not hungry, but you need to.
Consider appointing your wedding coordinator or one of your bridesmaids to ensure you are well-nourished and hydrated by eating a healthy breakfast and drinking lots of water throughout the day.
#5 Self Care:
Last but not least, one of the things that almost every bride forgets before, during, and after the big day is to take care of herself. As I discussed above, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the stress of wedding planning, and no one likes a stressed, overwhelmed, and tired bride!
Eat well, relax, enjoy and do things that help keep you calm, making you happier and healthier throughout the entire wedding planning process, including the wedding day.