7 Last-Minute Wedding Details Brides Always Forget
On your wedding day, you will have a million things on your mind, it is nearly impossible to remember every detail. Do not worry! We made a list of small details you may forget on the day of your wedding!
You can’t make your marriage legal unless the officiant signs off on the license, so don’t forget this important piece of paper. Either drop it off with your officiant ahead of time or give it to a trusted member of the bridal party who you’re sure will remember it.
While you’re certainly concerned with getting your vendors their final payments, you might forget about the gratuities. Try not to leave this for the last minute; instead, place all of the tips in separate, labeled envelopes and give them to one of your parents or bridal party members to hold onto on the big day.
It’s also worth noting that you need to feed some of your vendors, like band members or the DJ, as well as the photographer, videographer, and their assistants, so be sure to give that number to your catering manager ahead of time.
You’ve got gifts for the bridal party and favors for all of the guests, but what about your groom? Don’t miss out on giving a special present to your soon-to-be husband. Even if it’s just a heartfelt note on your wedding day, get creative, for more grooms gift inspiration visit our Pinterest.
Your dream wedding day heels will probably get really uncomfortable after hours of wearing them. Plus, they’re not exactly the most practical footwear to dance in. Bring a pair of pretty sandals or flats to your reception for you to slip into when your feet really start to get sore. You’ll be so thankful that you did.
Your guests will likely be drinking at your wedding reception. Brides should make sure to have transportation options ready to go if a guest can’t drive later on at night. Thankfully, Uber exists and many hotels offer shuttle services to and from their location.
Designate a friend or family member who will be responsible for getting the wedding gifts from the venue to your home. You will be too busy saying goodbye to guests to deal with it, plus, it’s your special day so you don’t need the added responsibility. Organize a plan and put a member of your bridal party in charge so that you don’t risk anything getting left behind.
Keep this checklist in mind during the days leading up to your big day! For more bridal tips and tricks, visit our website here. Happy planning🤍