Top 10 Things Brides (and grooms!) Forget on Their Wedding Day
Here are ten things that brides sometimes forget to plan for their wedding:
A backup plan for inclement weather: Make sure you have a plan in place in case it rains or there is some other unexpected weather event on your wedding day.
Transportation for the wedding party: Don't forget to arrange transportation for the wedding party to and from the ceremony and reception.
A timeline for the day: Create a timeline for the wedding day to ensure that everything runs smoothly and on schedule.
Good Communication with the DJ/MC: The DJ/MC will be guiding your wedding through all of its twist and turns. Make sure you are aligned with your DJ/MC so that he/she will be able to stick to timelines and ensure everything you wanted on your special night is taken care of
A plan for the wedding favors: Decide what you will give as favors to your guests, and make sure you have enough for everyone.
A seating chart: Don't forget to create a seating chart for the reception, so everyone knows where to sit.
A plan for the ceremony and Reception music: Make sure you have a plan in place for the music that will be played during the ceremony and Reception. You should be in contact with your DJ a couple months beforehand and have a playlist ready that you (and your guests) will enjoy.
A timeline for the reception: Create a timeline for the reception to make sure that everything runs smoothly and on schedule.
A plan for the wedding cake: Make sure you have a plan in place for the wedding cake, including who will cut it and how it will be served.
A plan for the wedding bouquet and boutonnieres: Make sure you have a plan in place for the wedding bouquet and boutonnieres, including who will be responsible for carrying them.