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Do These Tasks the Morning of Your Big Day

You have most likely been dreaming of your big day since you were a little girl. From the big princess ballgown to the gorgeous flowers that comprise your bouquet, you have developed each and every little detail to represent your interest and the vision you have always had for your wedding. Once everything has been created, it’s now almost time to walk down the aisle.

However, are you aware of some of the tasks that you should take part in the morning of your big day?

Here at I Thee Wed, we believe that your wedding planning should be a breeze. That’s why we have gathered some of the top tasks that you should take part in the morning of your wedding day. If you are curious to learn what these tasks are, be sure to continue reading:

·         Don’t forget to eat! Your nerves may be high, you may be full of excitement, and your stomach may be a little upset. So, it is important that you make sure to eat in the morning, even if your tummy isn’t feeling up to the task. Opt for fresh fruit, whole grains, orange juice, and plenty of water. However, if your stomach just is not feeling up to eating too much, saltine crackers are always a gentle choice. Eating will have you prepared to walk down the aisle, as you obviously would not want to feel lightheaded at the altar.
·         Pamper yourself. It’s your big day! So, of course you should be pampered. Don’t you agree? Take some time to relax and ease into getting ready, as the last thing you want to feel is rushed. If you have time, get a massage the morning of your wedding, as it will help to ease your body and any nerves you may be feeling. Also, don’t forget to make a trip to the salon (or have them come to you!) for professional hair and makeup. If you look your best, you will certainly feel your best.
·         Have some fun. Your wedding day should be anything but stressful. You have already planned your big day, so the last thing you should do is worry. Have some fun with your bridesmaids! Wear matching shirts or robes with everyone’s titles on them, such as “Bride” and “Bridesmaid”. Also, take some selfies, listen to music, have some mimosas, and overall, enjoy the company of one another. Having fun will certainly get you in a great mood for your walk down the aisle.

Your big day should be one of the most magical days of your life! And these simple tips will certainly assist you in creating it to be a dream come true. Here at I Thee Wed, we would be so honored to assist you in developing your wedding. If you are still on the hunt for a greater Cincinnati wedding planner, please contact us today.


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