Wedding days are hectic for everyone involved. It can be easy to overlook small but important details that can make a big difference in the efficacy and smoothness of the wedding day. Here are 5 details you don’t want to forget for your big wedding day.
Some of your guests may even have specific dietary restrictions that prevent them from being able to eat the foods you arranged with your caterer. Food allergens must also be taken into consideration when arranging your wedding reception menu. Always include a vegan or vegetarian alternative and a healthy menu alternative for those with high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart disease.
It’s easy to miscount the number of people who have RSVP’d and find yourself with guests who have no table to sit at or no chairs to sit on. It is also common for wedding guests to bring more people than they originally stated on their RSVP invitation. Due to the potential for this mishap to occur, it is always wise to keep a few extra tables and extra sets of chairs from a company like Party People Rentals & Sales at the venue for your wedding reception.
A wedding outside in the fresh air is the dream of many brides. Unfortunately, the weather at the wedding site may not be agreeable. Worse, the weather may shift dramatically from the forecast and leave you and your wedding in dire straits. Do yourself a favor and plan for just such an eventuality. Pick out a second venue that your wedding can move to should the weather turn unexpectedly. This venue should be large enough to fit your entire wedding party.
Most newlyweds will leave their wedding reception and immediately leave for a hotel room or other overnight accommodations. Once you arrive at your overnight accommodations, you’re going to want to prepare yourself for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment as a married couple. Don’t forget to pack yourself an overnight bag with a change of clothes, toothbrush, toothpaste, lotion, and other amenities that will prepare you for your honeymoon departure the following morning.
If your wedding gown and tuxedo are rented, they’ll need to be returned to the bridal shop before you leave for your honeymoon or you’ll risk fees. Make sure you ask a friend or family member to meet you to pick up your wedding clothes to return them to the bridal shop promptly.
Don’t forget to make gift bags for your guests as they leave your wedding reception. This is a way to thank them for showing up and making the gift bags are a fun bonding experience for you and your bridesmaids.
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