How to Savor Every Moment on Your Wedding Day
You’ve been dreaming of your wedding day since you were a little girl. You spend so much time planning your wedding day to make sure that it’s perfect. But, at the end of the day the most important part of a wedding is the celebration of your love and beginning of your life together.
You wouldn’t want your wedding day to be a blur and go by in a flash right? You need to be able to enjoy and experience your wedding day, so it’s important to take the time to stop and savor every moment.
Here are 5 ways to savor every moment on your wedding day:
1. Enjoy the Journey
Yes, you only get to plan one wedding. But, you need to enjoy the journey. Putting together and scrambling up the last minute details can be stressful. It’s also so easy to get caught up in the chaos rather than appreciating this special time in life. You should plan a few relaxing and enjoyable outings during your final week of planning and appointments. For example, a pedicure with your bridesmaids or planning a romantic dinner date with your partner.
2. Document Your Journey
Do you want something to help you cherish your wedding day forever? Then you should make sure you document your journey by hiring a photographer and videographer to make those memories last. Tell them to take as much photos and videos as they can because there’s no such thing as too many wedding photos and videos. You can also get creative by renting a photo booth for you and your guest to enjoy or creating a wedding hashtag for your guests to use when posting pictures on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
3. Take a Step Back
It’s important to take a step back on your wedding day. It’s okay to have a bit of a down time so you can fully enjoy and celebrate all night long. You should take a step back with your partner to really soak it all in. You can do this by sneaking away with your partner and take some time to bask in the joy of your wedding day.
4. Have Fun and Be an Extrovert
You should have fun and be an extrovert. Have fun, live it up, and embrace being the life of your wedding party. There is no time to be an introvert on your wedding day. You should make it a priority to participate in your own wedding festivities. For example, getting crazy on the dance floor and taking pictures with your family and friends in the photo booth.
5. Don’t Worry About the Small Things
So you’ve planning your wedding day down to the second. You try your best to make sure that your wedding day is perfect. However, you’re still bound to face a few fumbles, so you need to prepare yourself for the small things that may go wrong. But, you shouldn’t worry abut small things because there are more important things such as marrying the love of your live and having all of your family and friends in one place to celebrate your wedding day.