6 Things To Do the Day Before Your Wedding—And 3 Things To Do the Morning Of—To Stay Calm & Relaxed
I feel like I spend a lot of time, both in my position as a bridal editor, and as a friend to all my engaged girlfriends, harping on the various ways they need to prepare for the day before and day of the wedding in order to not completely lose their minds. It might seem annoying and unnecessary, but if you take a bit of time to prepare, you really will go into those two days without a last-minute worry or stress to be seen. And all you should be doing on those two days is smiling.
That’s why I really liked these two pieces I recently saw dispensing this type of advice. First, here are six things you should do the day before your wedding. (Yes, just lay out your clothes like you are in 5th grade—you’ll be happy you did!) And then, here are some tips on how to construct your morning the day of your wedding so that you are feeling Zen before walking down the aisle. (The harping I mentioned above? There is a lot of focus on the allowing-enough-time thing in that harping. Seriously. Do it. Please.)
If you just take a teeny bit of effort to be super duper organized about these sorts of things, we promise you’re going to be so happy you did. Because on the morning of your wedding, your biggest worry should be that your mimosa glass is empty.
Anyone else have any great tips for how to keep calm in the days and hours before your wedding?
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