Jan 18 2016

THE BIG DAY HAS ARRIVED!!! Part 1

UnknownTHE BIG DAY HAS ARRIVED!
Try and wake up early.
You will most likely be drinking throughout the day (including a sneaky Champagne whilst getting ready) It has also always been a tradition for the groom to have a crafty pint before the ceremony to settle the nerves. If this is the case make sure you ‘line your stomach’ and even though you will be nervous, eat as much breakfast as possible.
The whole day will seem like a whirlwind so really try and take a moment to take stock of the day. So many brides and grooms say the day went so fast, so try to have some time as a new husband and wife together, to simply reflect of the momentousness of the occasion. This will be easier said than done with family and friends around you wanting to congratulate and chat with you.
THE WEDDING DAY, WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Here is a description of a typical wedding day, to help you prepare and know what to expect, so that everything runs as smoothly as possible.
CHAPTER 6: TIMELINE TO WEDDING
THE BIG DAY HAS ARRIVED! CONTINUED
PRE CEREMONY
Set the alarm for an early start and make sure you have something to eat! Even if you feel too nervous, it is going to be a long day, most likely with an excess of alcohol, so that last thing you want is a low blood sugar level as you are heading down the aisle!
If the bride has a hairdresser coming to style her hair, leave enough time for any changes. A stylist will probably be looking at around one hour for a ‘put-up’ with any accessories within the session, such as a tiara.
If the bride is travelling to the hairdressers, they should leave plenty time and take a friend with them. Prepare for any circumstances, such as not been able to park the car near the hairdressers. The bride should always take an umbrella with, even if it is not forecasted rain, just in case the wind gets up.
The bridesmaid’s hair will take about 30 minutes per bridesmaid, depending on the style, so account for this within your schedule.
Make sure the hair stylist is available to help if the bride is you be wearing a veil. That way they can arrange anything, should fitting the veil disrupt the hair.
Make up, will take on average about 45 minutes for the bride and for each bridesmaids. Again prepare for every eventuality with the weather if travelling to the make up artist.

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