10 things you should not do at a wedding
In order not to spoil such a long-awaited wedding day and leave only pleasant memories after it, check out our list!
1. PLANNE A GREAT INTERVAL BETWEEN A CEREMONY AND A BANKET
If between registration and the beginning of a dinner in a restaurant there is a big time interval, think about how to occupy the guests at this time. This may be some kind of entertainment or buffet. Anything, if only they did not feel abandoned.
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2. ONE COUPLE SHOES
Yes, your wedding shoes are incredibly beautiful and very feminine, but it will be hard to spend the whole day on heels, believe me. Therefore, prepare for the banquet spare, more comfortable shoes. Nobody will notice the difference, but you will be very grateful all afternoon. And you can dance all night!
3. DRINK OUT
Of course, the excitement before the ceremony and the desire to raise a glass with each of the guests is understandable, but do not abuse it. After all, you waited so much for this day not to remember it badly later.
4. DO NOT BREAKFAST
You may be too busy or very nervous, but this is not a reason to refuse a hearty breakfast. Try to eat at least a little – it will give you the strength to hold out until the banquet.
5. SPEND ALL THE TIME IN THE TELEPHONE
Introduce a moratorium on social networks. Dedicate this day to your loved one and those people who came to congratulate you on this event. And greetings from friends can be accepted a little later.
6. EXPLAIN WITH CONTRACTOR BEFORE GUESTS
Ideally, it is better to pay for all services on the eve of the holiday or to entrust this task to the wedding organizer (if any) or to one of the relatives. In the event that it was not possible to do this, resolve all organizational issues quietly, behind closed doors.
7. DON’T FOLLOW TIMING
It’s hard to be everywhere at once. To not worry about the fact that you do not have time, consider the timing of the day in advance. And to keep track of the time you will help reminders on the phone or wedding coordinator.
8. FORGET ABOUT Groom
Do not leave your future husband alone, trying to pay attention to all the guests. After all, this is your common day. Chat with your guests, holding hands.
9. BEGIN THAT YOU CAN’T PAY ATTENTION TO ALL THE GUESTS
Of course, you have to thank them for taking the time to share this day with you, but you cannot physically be with everyone every minute. Your “minimum program” is to accept congratulations after the ceremony and thank you for the visit at the end of the wedding.
10. DISCUSS SOMEONE.
A wedding is not a place where you need to sort things out. Discuss familiar, gossip, and even more discontent with her future husband to keep. Unless you want to spoil this day!