Let’s face it, wedding days are a lot of pressure for one day of your life, right? Six months to a year (or more!) of planning and then it all has to go perfectly for an entire day. Too much pressure.
We always advise our brides and grooms to provide us with all of the information we need to make sure their wedding day goes the way they want it to and then we tell them not to wear a watch and to just relax on the day of – we have it all under control. The day goes by way too fast as it is and we don’t want them to regret not taking a photo with Aunt Maggie or Grandpa Buster or become stressed out if the cake isn’t cut at precisely 7:08pm.
Of course there are always variables that our out of your control at your wedding. Things like family, friends and, of course, family (LOL). Some people just don’t have the manners or wherewithal to make sure their behavior doesn’t ruin a loved one’s important day. The fact is, most weddings will have some minor mishaps or miscues. But in the long run, at the end of the day, if you are married to your best friend and soulmate, does it really matter all that much? You will have photographic and video memories that will last a lifetime. Expect some hiccups and you won’t be blown out of the water if something small happens. Once the wedding day arrives, all the planning is DONE. Relax, focus on your new bride or groom, friends and family and just go with the flow of the day.
[callout1]As self-serving as this statement is, it is very true that if you hire a Professional Wedding DJ, your wedding day should run smoothly and all of your wedding vendors (photographer, caterer, banquet facility manager, etc.) will be totally in tune with your Wedding DJ. That makes for a wonderful day filled with great memories for you AND your guests.[/callout1]
Naturally, some wedding guests that you may be waffling on even inviting them may need some reminding of what is and isn’t “wedding appropriate”. So here is a list of 10 Things Not To Do At A Wedding we found on CNN. Maybe you could print it out or forward it to a few people you may be concerned about on your wedding day? Is it rude to print this out and “accidentally” slip it into their invite? We’ll leave that for you to decide.