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Common Things That Couples Forget on Their Wedding Day

Your wedding day is a culmination of dreams, planning, and love. From the perfect venue to delicate flower arrangements, every detail has been meticulously arranged to create a memorable celebration. Amidst all the stress, excitement, and anticipation, it’s easy to overlook small but crucial details that can impact your big day. We’ve compiled a list of six of the most common things that couples tend to forget heading into their wedding day – keep these in mind to make sure your wedding day goes off without a hitch!

Breakfast: For many couples, their wedding day is a very long day. Having a nutritious breakfast is essential for keeping your energy up. Opt for something light, yet filling, such as yogurt with granola or whole-grain toast with peanut butter. Avoid anything heavy or greasy that might upset your stomach!

The Marriage License: It might sound obvious, but in the whirlwind of events leading up to the day, some couples forget this essential document at home. Keep it with your essentials, like your phone and wallet, so you won’t forget to bring it to the ceremony.

Cellphone Chargers: Pack all the chargers you might need, including phones, cameras, or any other devices you might be using throughout the day. Consider a portable charger for emergencies, especially if you’ll be away from outlets. There’s nothing worse than getting ready to take a candid shot with Grandma, only to find a dead battery!

Wedding Rings: Another one that sounds too obvious to forget, but it’s more common than you might think! Many couples forget to bring the symbol of their marriage with them before they head to the altar. Store your wedding rings in a safe and easily accessible place, such as a ring box or pouch. Assign someone you trust, like a bridesmaid, groomsman, or parent, to be responsible for the rings until they’re needed.

Cash and Envelopes for Tips: No one wants to scramble at the end of their wedding reception. Prepare separate envelopes with cash for tipping vendors like your hairstylist, makeup artist, and transportation providers. Label each envelope with the vendor’s name to make distribution easier. Hand the envelopes to a trusted member of your bridal party or a wedding coordinator for distribution.

A Change of Clothes & Shoes: While many couples want to stay in their wedding best for as long as they can, it’s best to be prepared. By packing a change of clothes and shoes, you can be ready if an accident strikes or if the bride just really doesn’t want to wear those heels at the after party.

It’s easy to forget things when you’re focused on all the aspects of a wedding day. By making a checklist and setting reminders, you can ensure that you have everything you need for a smooth wedding day.


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