Last Minute Wedding Details Most Brides Forget
When it comes to planning a wedding, it’s never an easy task. There just seems like there is never ending amount of things to remember.
So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that many brides forget some of the finer details. While it may not necessarily be a big issue on the day, I thought it would be a great idea to share with you what the most common things are. Maybe it will prompt you if you find yourself in the lead up to your big day.
The ceremony is one of the most important parts of the day. But as it’s one of the things you have least control over, it’s easy for any bride to forget those last minute details. For example, you may have wanted to have order of service cards so that your guests know what is going on within the ceremony. Or offering confetti boxes at the end or even something unique like dried flower petals. You may have even had the option to decorate the ceremony space. When it comes to the wedding planning make sure you think about the ceremony itself a little more. It may prompt you to remember some of these important points.
The quiet periods
If we are honest, there is always going to be quieter periods of your wedding day. There’s that time when you have your photographs taken. Or the section between your wedding breakfast and the evening reception. So some brides like to try and make their day flow better by providing different entertainment options. It’s a little detail that could transform the day for your guests.
Wedding favours can be one of those things that are a last thought for any bride. With all the planning of the reception and food. Even possibly entertainment to think book. The wedding favours are easily forgotten. But it’s worth adding them to your list when it comes to thinking about your table presentation. If you are struggling for ideas Pinterest has a vast amount of inspiration online.
Stationery for the tables
While on the subject of tables it’s also fairly easy to forget some of your wedding stationery. The main one being a menu card or at least something identifying what is on offer in regards to the food. Most venues will offer this, so if you don’t want to add to your workload maybe add it on to the questions you need to ask your venue contact.
A guest book
Finally, that last detail that many brides forget about is the guest book. However, it is a lovely thing to look back on in years to come. It gives your guests to write a lovely personal note to you both and even offering some words of wisdom and advice. Don’t miss out on another chance to capture the memories and order a guest book. You can get some great designs, and some can even be personalised.
I hope this helps you if you are coming to the end of your wedding planning journey.