Since you got engaged, you’ve done your fair share of running up and down meeting different vendors; you’ve been through that cake tasting adventure no doubt. Basically – you’ve done everything that pertains to wedding planning and have cross checked – not once, not twice but countless times that everything perfectly falls into place.
You’ve done the rehearsals with the whole bridal party in place- you’ve given it your all. However, there is still no telling whether your wedding day will turn out as you imagined. Here are some things the bride should not be worried about on their special day.
Bad weather is probably the worst thing that could happen at your ceremony. You want the sun to shine and allow you to dance your heart out. Rain can ruin a beautiful wedding – what with that long trail of a gown dragging through soggy grounds or heels getting stuck in the mud.
If you’re having an outdoor wedding, ensure that you have the best tents to cover you and your guests in case of such an eventuality. If your budget allows you could reserve a ball room for your reception, which could also be used as a venue for the evening party.
The thought that you’ll embarrass yourself
It is human nature to think about our imperfections or negative things that could happen as we walk down the aisle and how people will view us going forward. Most brides are worried about tripping on their wedding gown, crying too much and even missing or messing up on the vows.
Nobody is perfect and again, it is understandable- it is probably your first wedding. However to evade all these kind of things, get yourself prepared by practising all that could go wrong. Go through those vows, practice walking in those heels, relax and ease off the nervousness, believe it is going to be a great day.
Someone will develop cold feet
There is nothing as scary as a twinge of uncertainty. While people may not admit it, sometimes one can get into panic mode and start wondering if they are really making the right decision on their wedding day.
Anyone can develop cold feet, but if you really are sure about this person and can picture yourself spending the rest of your life with them, there’s no reason to be worried. Fill your mind with positive thoughts about the past and present, things can only get better.
Stressing over logistics
Having a destination wedding with all your family and friends around can be exciting, but then there is always the logistics aspect of it. Who will pay for the travel and accommodation costs? While you may get a good package on travel and accommodation, footing the bill is another thing all together.
If you’re well able, you could help in catering for some of your family members. However, you shouldn’t worry too much about how everyone else will get to the venue so long as you’ve made it clear in advance that it’ll be out of town. Most of the time your guests who most likely know each other and want to support you will be able to find their way together, and will have fun while at it.