Wedding day stress can almost seems inevitable. Making sure your big day goes off without a hitch is understandably a major point of concern for the bride and groom to be. While wedding day stress can be daunting, the following are some ways that you can use a timeline to help things go smoother.
Create a Guest Friendly Window of Time
Instead of worrying about whether your guests will be prompt to the wedding, create a guest friendly window of time that allows breathing room for those late arrivals. You can achieve this by setting the time of the ceremony half an hour early on the invitations than when it begins. This way everyone is sure to be present on time when the ceremony is to start.
Plan for the Unknown
While you may have set your wedding date for a day that is supposed to be warm with clear skies, mother nature may have a different idea in store. One surefire way to help eliminate stress is by creating a timeline specifically for the unknown. Adjust your driving time to allow for inclement weather. If your photographer or wedding videographer is going to be shooting at the ceremony location, consider taking your photos before the ceremony begins.
Remember to Relax
After all your careful planning and consideration for your guests and associated timelines, take a deep breath and remember to relax. It’s your big day and when all is said and done there are some things that are just out of your control. You don’t want to look back and say that your wedding day was ruined or overshadowed by the stress involved. Not only will you be able to enjoy your wedding day much easier, but your guests will pick up on the mood you are projecting.
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