In an earlier post, we discussed the eight wedding rules no one tell you and have decided to further open the flood gates to ensure every bride is well-informed and prepared as possible for the big day. Wedding stress can be managed--with the help of friends, family, an amazing event planner, and just mentally preparing for some of those random curveballs. So we brought the experts from SnapKnot, an event tool that allows you search thousands of professional wedding photographers for your prefect wedding photography. We love them so much that we even included them in our list of 12 Innovation Event Tools for Weddings. So listen to the experts to find out the four wedding truths no one tells you!
You have been told things time and time again about your wedding day whether it be tips from your family members or newly married friends. You may hear that the day will fly by, you should make sure you eat that morning while you are getting ready, and make yourself eat at the reception so you can keep your energy up. But, among all the details you have been told already, there are some things to remember on your wedding day that they have not told you about.
Here is a list of things that you may not have heard already, and a few solutions to these problems or issues to know beforehand so you can be extra prepared!
1. Be Prepared To Be Hot In Your Wedding Gown
No matter what time of year you are getting married, and unless you are wearing a short wedding dress without all the lace and material, you are going to be hot. We are not talking about just a little hot when you are out dancing, but HOT!
A good way to be sure you are not uncomfortable throughout your wedding day from being hot is to use baby powder or antiperspirant where you sweat. Ladies, think about your thighs… you want to keep that area from chaffing which could be very annoying and uncomfortable to deal with.
2. Stay Hydrated
This is very important and also can be helpful with the hot wedding gown you will be wearing. Staying hydrated the entire day. This does not mean drinking glass after glass of wine. Keeping yourself hydrated with water is the perfect way to keep going. You would hate to be finishing up your first dance as husband and wife and pass out due to dehydration.
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