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Things You Must Not Forget in Your Wedding Preparations

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Weddings are a big step for two individuals who love each other. There is the excitement of planning, looking forward to that special day with those you love. And as such, there is also the stress as you try to keep things together as good as possible. It’s normal then that there will be some confusion or lack of concentration when deciding on specific details. This may lead you to forget some important things in your wedding preparations. But we’ll make it easier by listing down the things you must remember when planning for your wedding day.

1. Wedding dress

Your wedding is one of the most important events in your life, so the gown you wear should reflect that. Find one that will complement your figure. Remember to include details like lace and beads, long trains (if needed), beaded gloves or sleeves, etc. It’s also the time to choose the perfect dress for your bridesmaids’ dresses to match yours. Or, if sewing is one of your hobbies, why not sew your own wedding dress for more of a personal touch? You can buy a wedding dress pattern online for this exciting project right before starting your wedding preparations.

2. Bridal accessories

Besides your gown, you need other things, especially if you plan to get married outdoors during the summer months. A veil is a must-have because it adds drama; plus, it protects the face from harmful light rays coming from the sun—which is very much needed when walking down the aisle. Cover-ups are also advisable if you’re in a tropical country with high temperatures, especially if your wedding will be held outdoors. If you plan to do so, keep it light and breezy so you can stay cool throughout the wedding.

3. Wedding shoes

And once again, this is another chance for you to flaunt your personal style, so pick something that’s unique—and comfortable enough for all those hours of constant standing up during the reception. Since you’ll be wearing it most of the time on your special day, make sure that this pair complements your gown or dress perfectly. Also, remember to have spare shoelaces just in case because you don’t want any mishaps to occur on your wedding day.

4. Wedding hairstyle and makeup
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Your makeup will also be seen in photos taken during the wedding, so make sure it’s long-lasting. You might want to do a trial run before the big day to see what it looks like and any tweaks you need to make. The same goes for your hair. Try different styles out so you can choose the one that best suits you on your wedding day.

5. Wedding rings

It’s not just about picking the right style and design; you also have to consider the size of the ring. It has to be comfortable enough for everyday use, especially if you plan to wear it all the time after getting married. You’ll also want something that will last long, so be sure to pick the right material—gold or platinum for rings that can stand day-to-day use.

6. Wedding venue

Yes, it’s your wedding, but your family and friends will also want to celebrate with you so don’t just choose a place because of its affordability. You’ll be sharing this moment with them, too, so make sure they like the location as well (it doesn’t have to be an expensive hotel ballroom; you can always find cheaper places if you look hard enough). If your wedding is away from home, make sure it’s somewhere close enough for everyone to travel to. It would be bad if people end up missing your ceremony because they couldn’t drive that late at night, especially if they’re coming from distant places.

7. Wedding favors and invitations

When planning your wedding favors, there’s a lot to consider, so it will be best to contact vendors that deal with them, from the boxes and ribbons to the actual items inside. If you plan on sending out personalized invitations for your event, don’t forget to include the return address on them because this is where people will send their RSVPs (for weddings held in private homes or venues without banquet halls). You should also remind guests not to bring kids along if there won’t be facilities like diaper-changing areas available at the event site. It would also be good to give them an idea of what the place looks like so that they can come prepared.

8. Wedding photographer and videographer

These are the people who will immortalize your wedding day in photos and videos, so it’s important to choose them carefully. Look for experienced professionals who have a good reputation in the market and make sure you see their previous work to get an idea of the quality of their services. It would also be helpful to get a package deal from them so you won’t have to worry about additional charges on top of your already-expensive wedding budget.

These are just some of the things you have to remember when planning your wedding. It’s a lot of work, but it will all be worth it in the end. Just take it one step at a time, and don’t stress yourself out too much. After all, it’s your special day, and you should enjoy every minute of it.

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