Simple Yet Helpful Tips for Brides to Be

18 October 2016
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Articles

Will you be getting married within the next year? You may not have picked the exact date yet but are still planning to tie the knot within a short amount of time. It is never too early to start planning out different parts of the wedding ahead of time. In fact, if you start the planning process a bit earlier, you might not feel as stressed out and overwhelmed when it starts getting closer to the day of your ceremony.

Choose Your Wedding Date Wisely

You can choose to get married on any day during any month of the year. However, it is important to consider a few different things. If you are interested in booking a specific reception hall, you may want to look into getting married during months that are not as popular to avoid being told that the hall is already booked. Out of the 12 months in a year, June and August are the two most popular. The least popular month is January. Choosing a month that is not as popular could help you avoid some of the competitive pricing as well. If a hall is not getting booked during those unpopular months, you may even be able to rent it out at a discounted rate.

Visit the Bridal Shop Months in Advance

You may need to find the perfect gown, along with the perfect dresses for your bridesmaids. You could have a hard time finding that dream gown if you wait until a month or two before the wedding is set to take place. Instead, visit the bridal shop as soon as you have the time and begin looking at the different gowns and bridesmaid dresses they have available. By doing this in advance, you will have plenty of time to have adjustments made to the wedding gown of your choice if it is a bit too large or too small in certain spots.

You can also find the perfect jewelry at the bridal shop. Some of the different accessories that are often available include earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and even tiaras. Not only can you pick out the perfect jewelry to wear with the type of wedding gown you have chosen, but you can also decide what type of jewelry you would like to have your bridesmaids wearing.

Pack Yourself a Helpful Kit for the Big Day

As the wedding date gets closer, it is a good idea to pack yourself a personal survival kit. The day of your wedding will be a busy one. You may find yourself running around all over the place trying to make sure your dress is on right, your hair is done perfectly, and your makeup looks great. With all that will be going on in the hours leading up to the nuptials, you may forget to eat or even run into small problems that could cause you to panic.

If you would like to avoid the panic that some brides experience, make sure you are prepared. Some of the items you should pack in your survival kit include:

  • Bottled Water
  • Clear Deodorant Gel/Anti-Perspirant Spray
  • Protein Bar
  • Fruit Snacks
  • Sewing Needle
  • Thread
  • Lint Roller
  • Safety Pins
  • Instant Stain-Removal Pen
  • Mints

You never know when these items will come in handy. The water will keep you hydrated, and the protein bar can provide you with some energy, especially if you do not have the time to sit down for a meal while preparing for your special day. Some of these other items, such as a sewing needle, thread, and a stain-removal pen will come in handy if something on your dress accidentally tears or if something gets on it, such as dirt or juice.

These are helpful tips that could come in handy while you are planning your wedding. Consider choosing a wedding date in a month that is not as popular, taking a trip to the bridal shop months in advance, and packing a helpful survival kit for the special day.