Planning for your wedding day is a long process, but something that gets forgotten about fairly often is the actual wedding morning. The time you are spending with your girls getting ready, drinking champagne, having your makeup done among several other things. These few hours are so special and it's worth it to spend some extra time the week before to make sure you can fully enjoy everything from start to finish.
Getting these few details together will save you time on the wedding day or heartache when you get your photos back only to realize you didn't have the smaller items that you worked hard, on all together for your photographer.
Keep track of the following few things as you plan, to save yourself even more time when you go to get them together.
BOTH Rings: The beginning of the day is the best time for your photographer to get detail photos with your rings in them.
Vow Books: This is another detail that will be nice to have photos of before hand. You can get photos holding them, with your bouquet, your rings, etc.
"The Somethings": You know the something old, new, borrowed and blue? Wouldn't it be great to have a photo of all of these items together?
Bridal Details: We recently posted about the bridal details to make sure you have, and now is he perfect time to make sure you have everything together. Keep all of your jewelry, your shoes, garter, and even your getting ready outfit all in one place for the photographer and also for you to know exactly where everything is that you will be wearing on the big day.
Bubbly: Sipping champagne with your favorite gals is a wonderful way to spend the morning, if this is something that is important to you, don't forget to bring it along. Some venues will provide this while you are getting ready, just check into this detail first.
These items are special to your wedding and can be easily overlooked as you are getting closer to your wedding day. If you want to focus on the simple things and leave the stress to someone else, send us a message! We would love to help you figure out the details in order to get the most of your wedding experience.