Having nightmares about what might go wrong on your wedding day?
Despite your best efforts to have everything under control during this special time, it can be difficult to remember everything.We have listed our top eight things that brides forget on their wedding day. These quick and easy solutions will help put your mind at ease.
1. To eat
Seems fairly straight forward right? Except it’s not.
Waking up with nervous excitement teamed with the early start time and getting ready, many brides leave eating as a last priority. That is until you are feeling faint during the ceremony or whilst taking family photos.
Pre-planning by ordering your breakfast and fruit salad or muesli will keep you refuelled for the day ahead. Consider making it easy and ordering UBER Eats if you are getting ready at home or room service if you are in a hotel.
Whilst at the reception make sure you take a moment to sit down to eat and try the incredible food you have chosen for the night.
2. Your vows
One of the most common things brides forget on their wedding day is their vows, especially if you they written their own.
Be sure to write them down (sounds silly but it's very common to forget them if you try to memorise them) and ask a bridesmaid to carry them during the ceremony. She can quickly give them to you when it's and you don’t need to be constantly remembering where you put them.
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3. Hair and makeup touch ups
Your wedding hair and makeup looks incredible when it is freshly done, however as the day progresses your hair and makeup might move, especially if it's hot or windy.
Get your artist to pack you a small touch up kit that you can use throughout the day that contains concealer and your lipstick or lip colour to maintain your look all day. Be sure to only use waterproof mascara as well -those happy tears might catch you off guard.
4. Emergency kit
You never know what might go wrong on your wedding day, so bringing along an emergency kit is a great way to be prepared for any bridal emergency.