The time has finally arrived: your wedding day! You probably didn't sleep much, but it's now morning and we're here to tell you that the nervous, jittery feeling that you're feeling: is completely normal! Every detail that you've been dreaming of is about to come to fruition!
A wedding has many moving parts; there's your dress, your hair and makeup, your venue, your caterer, your florist and planner, and it's worrying about whether or not your groom is prepared......... STOP! And just breathe!
Here's a list of things to tell yourself the morning of your wedding:
It's Going To Be Okay
Like really, everything is going to be okay! It's your wedding day, whatever happens, just let it go! At the end of the day, you'll still be married to the person you're going to spend the rest of your life with!
You Are Beautiful
Yes, you are truly beautiful! We all have our issues when it comes to our appearances, no one is immune to that. But remember, your groom loves you and is marrying you for who you are, not what you look like. Don't let the little voices in your head weigh you down....you are beautiful!
Trust Your Vendor Team
You hired your wedding professionals for a reason. For many vendors, this isn't their first rodeo. Now trust that they'll have your back and give you a day that you'll always remember!
Love Surrounds You
Remember that on your wedding day, you are surrounded by people that love you. Your friends and family are there to support you because of their love and they only want to see you happy.
Enjoy A Moment Alone With Your Spouse
Your wedding day will feel like a whirl wind that's going ninety to nothing. Remember to take a moment to yourselves, even if it's just for a short period of time. It's your wedding day! Yes, your guests are there to celebrate your union and will be excited to congratulate you, but at the end of the day, it'll just be you and your groom; show him during your wedding that he's the most important thing in your life.
Our suggestion is to take a moment after the ceremony/post-ceremony photos and before the reception to sit down in solitude with your groom. Have a quick, intimate meal, have a drink, or just enjoy the alone time, before the whirlwind of wedding events continue.