The Bride's Wedding Day To-Do List

Let’s face it, there are many things that don’t even cross our minds during our day to day errands, such as the receipt for a return, or your grocery list you’ve written days ago and left at home. So when it comes to your wedding day, there may be a few things you didn’t even know you needed. Heres some things you may want to think about.

Wedding To Do List

1. Realize that with all things in life, there will be things that are simply out of your hands, and your coordinators. The shuttle bus driver you so carefully entrusted may be behind schedule because your cousin was late getting to the hotel lobby. It’s okay, don’t panic. There is always a way to shimmy the schedule around to keep timing on point.

2. As soon as you arrive, give your gratuity envelopes to your coordinator right away. At the end of the night, you’re not going to want to track down your planner to let her/him know you forgot to give a tip to one of your vendors.

3. Take into account that family photos will take up a lot of time when unorganized, so stick to the shot list you made with your photographer ahead of time, and get to your cocktail hour!

4. If you don’t want to deal with something on your wedding day such as taking the gifts home, assign someone in your family or bridal party to take care of it for you! The less you have to worry about, the better.

5. Make sure your staying hydrated throughout your big day! Yes, do have cocktails but take into consideration how long your day is actually going to be.

6. All of your planning is done, so remain stress-free. You hired people well in advance to take care of the logistics, so don’t bother yourself with every little thing thats going on and just enjoy what you planned with your coordinator!

7. Remember that your groom is probably thinking the same things you are, so put a little time aside to have a moment to yourselves to chit chat about all of the hilarious family moments.

8. Be mindful of the fact that your family came here to celebrate your choice to bring another person into their lives too, so be sure to thank them for coming, not forgetting about anyone!

9. Have leftovers from your delicious, yet expensive dinner packed up for you to take home! You’re going to want to try those amazing puff pastry bites everyone wouldn’t stop talking about because you were taking photos. Get a piece of the whole experience.

10. Lastly, remember that you only paid for a certain amount of time at the venue, so get your photos out of the way, instill in your bridal party to keep their speeches short, and you’ll enjoy hours of dancing instead of having one hour to crush it.