The night before the wedding will be filled with exciting and nervous moments of anticipation. When you are just hours away from the big day, your mind will flood with thoughts about things you possibly forgot and things you should or should not do. We are sharing tips to help you get through the night before the wedding.
From the moment you picked out your wedding dress, you might have been trying to keep it a little secret from the groom. According to tradition, it is bad luck for the groom to see the bride or her wedding dress before the wedding day. Not every couple adheres to this little rule, but for those that do, they will be sleeping in separate locations and sneaking around in a playful effort to avoid setting eyes on one another the night before the wedding and just before the ceremony.
The Night Before the Wedding is About You
Take the night before the wedding to yourself. Relax and rest for the day to come. Eat well and plan a full eight hours of sleep. Before you head to bed, go over your checklist. Practice walking in your shoes. If you get nervous and anxious, read a book or watch a movie. Do not get overwhelmed or overthink the day ahead. It is completely natural to get nervous. The night before the wedding is the last night being single. Take the time to do things to prepare and do things for yourself. Pamper yourself. If you choose to spend the night with your wedding party, enjoy the time together and make it memorable.
Pack and Prepare
Your wedding day has no room for procrastination. You should lay out your wedding attire and accessories the night before the wedding, and pack for the honeymoon. Follow a checklist to make sure everything is in order and packed for the occasion.
Jitters the Night Before the Wedding
It is important to acknowledge that “cold feet” or wedding jitters is actually anxiety about a situation. If you are planning your wedding, chances are limerence has faded, and love is here to stay. That crazy about you infatuation fades just a little, and the reality of marriage can instill a little anxiety. Nonetheless, love remains. And we all know that love is a feeling that changes over time and stands the test of time through it all. The most common reason for wedding jitters is nervousness about the actual wedding, and not the relationship. A wedding is exciting and creates a flood of emotions. It is important to understand these emotions are normal.
The Big Day
This is the big day and the moment you have waited a lifetime for. You will contact your wedding party and review times and pick up locations. Contact your transportation services to confirm arrival times and locations. Follow the timeline and itinerary for hair and makeup, dressing and arrival at the wedding venue. You should plan to arrive about two hours prior to your event. Check with your venue, because some venues have strict time restrictions that might differ. Locate your VIP suite and complete the finishing touches. If you are planning a first look or a big reveal, bring the photographer and videographer along to capture the moment. If you are holding to the traditions, you can stand on the other side of a door and pass love notes to one another.
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