Ariel recently explained her tips for slowing down and enjoying your wedding day so you won’t have wedding day memory loss. The final and most interactive tip was the concept of “Deep Breath Cards.” So we decided to actually make Deep Breath Cards for you to print and bring with you in your day-of supplies!
Everyone tells me to make sure to “slow down and take everything in” on your wedding day — but no one says how to actually accomplish it!
How can I make sure I take a minute to stop and smell the roses on the day of my wedding? 100 guests, all those decorations, all that shit to do. How can I make sure I take a second to slow down?
“The venue we’re looking at allows us to be there for four hours. Is this long enough for a reception?” For the answer to this, we went to our resident wedding planner lady, Ang.
Edolcourt took some time after her wedding day to put together some helpful tips to get you through your big day. From shaking your guests down for photos to organizational tips… these are useful, and not always broached, pieces of advice for ya.
Based on the weddings I’ve featured here on Offbeat Bride, I’m going to go for “dawn” as my answer.
Many readers may remember a sunrise wedding we featureed. This wedding was remarkable for a lot of reasons, but it’s worth noting is that an 8:30am wedding allowed the couple to have essentially an open guestlist, thanks to know that only the most dedicated family would make it that early, combined with the fact that they weren’t feeding everyone a sit-down dinner.