With your big day coming up, it’s normal to start getting those butterflies in your stomach. Weddings are one of the most important days of our lives and it’s something we aim to never forget. To make it stick in our memories, we can take months or even years of planning before we arrive at the perfect wedding day that will forever be in our memories and the memories of our loved ones.
However, when it comes to the last few days before your big day, it can start to get really nerve-wracking.
So in this post, we’re going to share a couple of tips to help you make the final preparations for your big day. This will ensure that you don’t forget anything and will help fill you with confidence to brave one of the most important days of your life.
Double-check your dress
If possible, try and get into your dress again. If you’ve let yourself go over the past few days and have done a lot of eating and drinking, there’s a small chance that you might feel uncomfortable in your dress. Similarly, you may have been so nervous about fitting in your wedding dress that you’ve actually lost a pound or two, thus making it feel a little too big. There are many other situations where your dress could no longer feel perfect, so it’s often best to double-check your dress to make sure it’s just right.
Thankfully, you can easily alter your wedding dress if you pick the right one or speak with a professional to give you a hand. You typically don’t want to fix your dress yourself and you’ll often get one final test fit before you need to keep it locked away in pristine condition for the big day. Make sure it’s perfect and you’ll have a much better time on your wedding day.
Communicate with your vendors
There’s a good chance that you’ll be working with many different vendors for your wedding. This is where it helps to communicate with them now and make sure that everything is in place for the big day. Last-minute changes to your vendors should be communicated as soon as possible and you should always check on them to make sure they’ve not sent you any messages about their service or have had to change things.
Everything from choosing the music for your wedding to making sure your rental will arrive on time will help give you peace of mind. We know just how stressful it can be to rely on so many different vendors for all of the right services and products, so it’s never a bad idea to go through a checklist of your vendors and contact them to make sure everything is running smoothly and as planned.
You should also keep in touch with the venue to ensure that everything is going smoothly. If there are any concerns or problems occurring, then it can be extremely stressful to manage them and get things back on track. You should rely on your wedding planner for most of this. However, if you can’t help but get involved, then you can always speak to your planner and ask them to let you help out where possible.