People often get so engrossed in their wedding planning process that they forget how important it is to get ready for their big day.
Getting ready for your day has to do with planning your wedding’s details, particularly the catering aspect, because food is integral to the celebration’s success.
There is such a massive lead up to your wedding day that you don’t realize how fast it sneaks up on you with all the excitement and anxiety. However, here are a few tips to help you get ready for your big day!
- Hire an Excellent Caterer
We put this first because no matter how beautiful the venue is or how skilled the rest of your vendors are, all that will avail nothing if the food is subpar and doesn’t taste good. So you must get your wedding food right, and that entails hiring a certified, professional wedding caterer.
- Choose A Venue
Choose a venue that has enough space. It should be what both you and your fiancé like because that’s probably where the ‘getting ready’ pictures will be taken, but it’s definitely where most of the celebration will hold.
- Lay Out Your Accessories
Your dress, shoes, pieces of jewelry, and lingerie should be laid out at most, a night before your wedding day. And you should cut off all the labels of the pretty new things, especially if you’ll be going to the salon early. The photographer can take the pictures without having to disturb you.
- Get A Good Night Sleep
Make sure to go to bed early the night before. It may be a little hard to do that with all the wedding festivities, the nerves running high, and with all the excitement. Have fresh sheets and a calming playlist to help you drift off.
- Make Out Some Time for Yourself
Setting out some time to pamper yourself before your wedding day helps relax and keep you refreshed on your wedding day. You can use a warm bath, a right Playlist to allow your mind to get ready for the big day.
- Don’t Forget to Eat
Your stomach usually gets filled with emotions, nerves, excitement, butterflies, and feelings that relegates your appetite for food.
It is essential that you eat something and drink water, as you’ll be standing for a while. You may want to consider breakfast bites and samosas as they do not require utensils.
- Have an Emergency Kit
An emergency kit may consist of a small sewing kit, band-aids, mini hairspray, anything you may need for your wedding day. Let one of your bridesmaids be in charge of holding it.
With Food Art Inc planning your wedding, and with our excellent professional caterers ready to delight your guests, you can rest assured that your big day is going to be a moment to remember. Call us now