Friday, July 14, 2017

6 Tips you shall not forget in your Wedding Day

Since the minute you get engaged, everyone will be telling you about so many things you have to do and plenty of them you must not do, by any chance. From experience we know not all of them are a good idea, and a lot of the people are telling you exactly what they did wrong. As funny as it sounds, they would probably repeat the same mistakes over and over again. 

It's impossible for a couple to take care of everything and even if you think you have everything under control, probably things will come up in the very last minute. The best thing of this list we are going to share with you, is that you really don't have to plan for it, just live it. We will share with you exactly 6 things you must not forget on your wedding day to do to make it "THE WEDDING". 

1. Pictures with your bridesmaids is such a big trend right now but make sure you set some rules. If you want to have your girls accompany you in the hours before the big "I do" you can either have a separate room for them to get ready or have them come to the photographic session already dressed and ready. Why? Mainly because if you don't, there is a big chance the official photographs will show everything nobody really takes care off that day. For exmaple your girlfriend Sindy's jeans on the chair, Karly's T-shirt hanging from the door knob and Lina's intimates on top of your bed. The beautiful and cared for pictures will loose all the glamour and elegance with those details in the back.
Photography: Jorge Ortiz Jarquín

2. Don't rush towards the altar. There's no hurry. Don't take me wrong, I am not saying you can be late to your own wedding. It's not cool to keep your groom waiting. It basically means that you don't need to run the 440-yard dash and forget to see all the smiles and looks focused on you. The best part is the intrigue where you will see your man totally in, emotional and bursting out on tears. 
Photography: Lester Manchamé 


3. Take your time to enjoy the reception room before anyone else goes in. Make the time for it. Be sure to tell your Wedding Planner to include some minutes during the cocktail where you will be able to go into the reception to admire the beautiful decoration, the romantic candle lights, and most of all make it some "alone time with your new hubby". It will be the first minutes alone with your new spouse and they will be unforgettable.

4. Eat! Enjoy the food. Sit down and make sure you eat. Guest will come to you. You are the main character of this movie. Believe me when I say, they will come to your table. At the end, you will be able to enjoy the amazing and tasty meal you have planned for with so much love.
Photography: Lester Manchamé  

 5. Dance, enjoy and most of all, SMILE. The day goes by really really fast and you can, by mistake and without knowing, loose yourself in a picture taking, saluting crusade. Unknowingly you will be missing the most important parts of your wedding. Avoid it.

6. This last one it's more a personal advice from professional experience. If it doesn't interfere with your personal or religious belief we fully recommend to do a "first look" with your soon to be spouse. Why?  It's completely worth it! It will take all the urge out and will make those minutes irreplaceable and intimate. Don't think doing this won't make the entrance to the ceremony less special, you both will be able to enjoy it even more, for you will already have loosen up and won't be as nervous. Believe us, it's a great experience.
Photography: Daniel López Pérez

3 comments:

  1. They helped us put together a great menu, from the consultation to the tasting to the actual event. The San Francisco wedding venues had biscuits and gravy, cornbread muffins, fried catfish, jambalaya, enormous pieces of fried chicken

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