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The day of the “big day”, brides have a lot on their mind. After all, it’s probably going to be one of the most important days of their lives!
In order to make things easier and ensure that no page goes unturned, brides should pack their “emergency” kit ahead of time. This kit should include everything and anything the bride might need for her or her bridal party on the big day. Here are the most important things the kit should have:
- Lint roller
- Tide To Go Pen
- Aspirin/pain reliever
- Drinking straws
- Little snacks like granola bars
- Breath mints
- Sewing kit
- Earring backs
- Safety pins
- Static remover
Separate each item into categories such as: cosmetics, food/drink, miscellaneous. By category, put them into labeled Ziploc bags and place them in your bag.
This way, you have everything you might need and are prepared for any situation!
Photo Courtesy of Yoshi Ohara Photography
As your wedding gets closer and closer, you’re definitely planning everything down to the very last detail. However, sometimes it can be hard to plan everything to the very last second.
When it comes to mapping out your wedding day timeline, it can be tough! Good thing the blog “Every Last Detail” has come up with the perfect guide to timelining your wedding!
Check out the full guide and downloadable timeline here, but we have listed some highlights below:
- Hair and makeup are most likely to make you run behind, so allow wiggle room when adding that in
- Schedule in to eat! Brides end up going all day long and end up starving. Make sure you get a meal in and a few snacks
- Consult everyone involved i to ensure that your timeline is realistic – for example, talk to your photographer and hairdresser ahead of time
Photos Courtesy of Stehman Photography
If you’re looking for something unique and fun to give to your guests at your hotel wedding, we found the perfect item for you!
Not only is this a handmade Etsy product, but it’s also very useful for your guests. Plus, it helps you tell them thank you for attending your big day! In a nutshell, this is a must have!
These “Do Not Disturb” signs are funny, cute, and unforgettable!:
Cute, right?! And totally perfect for a hotel wedding, if you ask us! What a cute and simple touch that will go a long way! Check them out here. And while you’re at it, check out the rest of The Original Pear‘s products! We love them!
If you’re having an outdoor wedding there are certain things required that are different from an indoor wedding. In order to make your day as smooth and perfect as possible, and not to mention to have happy guests, make sure that you don’t forget any of these helpful items:
- Tablecloths made of heavier material to avoid them blowing in the wind
- Bug spray available for guests to ward off those annoying little pests
- Adequate lighting if your wedding goes into the night after the sun sets
- Have the staff ready to serve water or water bottles on a regular basis to keep everyone hydrated
- Have sunscreen available for your guests so no one gets an annoying burn!
Outdoor weddings are beautiful and stylish, so use these tips to keep it that way and ensure your guests enjoy the celebration!
Photos Courtesy of Meg Baisden Photography
Hotel - The Davenport Hotel / Photography – Crystal Madsen Photography / Florist – Jackie Helm / DJ & Lighting – Entertainment Warehouse / Make-up – Make-up by Evelyn Mauro / Wedding Dress – David’s Bridal
The football player always wins the heart of the beautiful cheerleader or in Jamie’s case the girl on the Stunt Team. Jamie & Taylor wanted a winter wedding so decided on a December date.
Taking DIY and green weddings to a new level Jamie’s sister made all the florals herself. She used fabric flowers and LED lights for Jamie’s timeless wedding bouquet. Stay tuned readers, she’s planning to open an Esty store soon! That’s true sisterly love when you let your sister’s first gig be your wedding day. We at MHW think it turned out fabulous!