everyone providing you services, exactly what your
requirements are. Put everything in writing and
make sure your vendors understand exactly want you
want and what you don't want.
or three days before the wedding, call all your
vendors and verify your bookings. Have them read
back to you the time, date, and location of the
wedding as they have it noted as well as the services
or items they'll be providing. Keep everyone's contact
numbers with you so that they can be contacted if
they don't show up.
asking friends or family to provide food, flowers,
or official photography. It will create an awkward
situation if you're not pleased with the results.
It's easier to expect perfection from someone being
paid rather than a favourite uncle whose feelings
may be hurt if you complain about his photography.
someone assigned to take care of the last minute
details and ensure the bridal party is dressed and
ready to go. She can answer the phone, go on errands,
and make sure everyone has something to eat before
driving the route to the venue at the time of the
day and day of week to check out traffic patterns.
That way you'll know how much time you'll need to
get to the venue and avoid unnecessary delay and
along an emergency bag. Include a needle and thread,
safety pins, nail polish, hairpins, and other small
things. Also tuck in a couple of cookies and some
hard candy in case someone needs a quick pickup.
not to stay up late the night before the wedding.
Avoid drinking too much alcohol or caffeine so you'll
be at your best all day.
something goes wrong, don't panic. Just be cool.
Don't let little things ruin your day. Accept the
idea that your wedding may not (and in fact, probably
will not) go as planned. Always keep your sense