Scheduling – The Key to a Relaxed Wedding Day
Because you want to savor every second of your wedding day,
it’s tempting to think you should just go with the flow, let things unfold naturally, and trust that everything will take care of itself.
While that is a beautiful thought, the reality is that every bride has a number of set agenda items they want to occur throughout the day.
It is best to set a schedule in advance, and assign a trusted friend to the task of helping everyone keep to it.
A concrete schedule and a trusted friend will help the organization of your wedding planning but it is also important to keep in mind that there also might be some minor bumps in the road that are unavoidable.
Little things such as searching for the right jewelry, changing your make-up and hair, or even your flower girl and/or ring-bearer being a couple minutes late because of unexpected traffic.
Therefore we always recommend our couples to have buffer time in between each big agenda item when they plan their schedule for the day.
It’s better to give yourself plenty of time for each activity and aim to finish it earlier and give at least 15 minutes gap before the next big thing.
This way you can enjoy each event, and have time to prepare yourself for the next one,especially the ceremony and entrance to the reception.
You would want yourself to be ready for every emotion coming, and enjoy every single moment of the event and thereafter.
We always tell our clients that even though small things happen, the wedding day will still be perfect if you are happy, enjoy yourselves as the bride and groom, and have a good time.