very skilled and can capture intimate moments without direction. But if there are special shots you want them to catch of family members, friends or portions of the ceremony and reception, make sure you let your photographer know in advance. Giving them a shot list is a great way to direct them as well.
4. Be sure to move around in your dress for proper fitting
No one wants to end up with wardrobe malfunctions like Janet Jackson at the Superbowl so be sure to move around, mimic dance moves and practice sitting in your dress during your final dress fittings. This will prevent tearing and uncomfortable moments during your wedding reception due to your dress being too tight.
5. Get a good night’s rest the night before your wedding
Sure, it sounds fun to party all night to commemorate your last night as a single woman. Just know that a lack of rest has consequences. You don’t want to be caught yawning during your ceremony or sneaking away to get a quick nap in because you were out all night. You want to be awake and present during this special day to savor every moment.
Your wedding day is the start of a brand new life. It can be stressful for some, but by staying proactive, taking these tips and more you will be sure to have an amazing day that both you and your future groom will remember for the rest of your lives.
Lisa Hammond is a 24-year old faith and lifestyle blogger from Cleveland, OH. With a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Cleveland State University, Lisa’s goal is to become a journalist, speaker, and author motivating women across the world.