The amount of advice you get when you announce your wedding can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help make things just a little bit easier. Just follow these ten simple tips for making the wedding day of your dreams come true and everything will go smoothly. By following these simple wedding tips, you can rest assured that your wedding day will be one you’ll look back on with a smile, for many years to come!

The first thing on our Top 10 Wedding Tips list has got to be followed: go with the flow. Maybe your dress tears or maybe the ring-bearer bursts into tears halfway down the aisle. Ideally, you would hope that your wedding goes without a single hitch, but that isn’t always the case, and usually, those bumps in the road aren’t things you can prevent. So step back and take a breather, because chances are, you’ll look back at the small mishaps and laugh. For years to come, you and your spouse will laugh when you remember how the wedding went. Let your hair down and remember that you’re celebrating the union of the bride and groom, not how perfectly everything will go.


Our second, third, and fourth tips are here to remind you to pay attention. You’d be hard-pressed to find a bride or groom that remembers every detail about their wedding and what they did at it. So remember to follow our tips: stay awake, savor the moment, and smile. It’s your wedding day and it only comes once. Our fifth tip is one that everyone involved in the wedding should follow: be comfortable with what you’re wearing. If you’re not confident in what you’re wearing or completely uncomfortable, it’ll show up in pictures, so make sure you wear something that you can imagine yourself wearing for a few hours if necessary. Make sure you look and feel like you.

Our sixth tip can be difficult to follow at times, but it’s essential: remember to love your family. There will be times when someone feels like they’re not involved enough or otherwise upset, and you have to remember that in the end, emotions push everyone a little over the edge. On that note, our seventh tip reminds you not to be a bridezilla. Set goals for each part of the wedding planning to keep things in line and avoid procrastinating to avoid last-minute stress over your wedding. Take some time for yourself here and there. You’re getting married, enjoy it while you can!

Our eighth tip is just a little tidbit we learned only after the wedding: make an email specifically for wedding things. This way, you can avoid being bombarded by florists, bridal catalogues, and other wedding reminders months after the actual event. The ninth tip: remember to eat during your wedding! If you don’t do so, you may find yourself unable to get a bite of any of the expensive food you ordered! Many wise couples set aside twenty or so minutes to enjoy dinner in a secluded part of the venue, which also allows you and your new spouse to have some time to yourselves before delving onto the dance floor.

Our tenth tip: remind yourself why you’re there and what’s really important. Forget about the extravagant party and your guests for a while to take it all in: you’re getting married to the person of your dreams, you have every reason to be excited over being stressed. Celebrate the union of your love without overwhelming yourselves and everything will go fine. Just follow these wedding tips and remember to have a fantastic wedding.