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  • Writer's pictureMadelyn Schmitz

5 Things to do the Day Before Wedding Day


The Day and Night before jitters are real, the nerves are everywhere and that's okay! Don't worry because it is all apart of the wedding course. Put all of that nervous energy into doing something productive and relaxing.







1. Eat Light


The day before your special day may seem like the perfect time to splurge on sweets and greasy food but don't let the temptation get to you. Stick with light foods, some fruit and veggies and nothing too heavy. This way you won't wake up with a food hangover, upset stomach or bloating.



2. Pack up everything that you need the night before


It is important to make sure that you have everything that you need for your big day and everything you might need. Pack personal items and then some more! Toothbrushes, nail polish, extra buttons, hair and makeup products, and whatever else you may need!


3. Take some time alone


The day before the big day and the day of you will have a lot of socializing going on. Take some time for yourself to breathe, relax, and allow yourself to feel all of the good bubbly feelings that come with marrying the love of your life.




4. Stay hydrated


It is important to stay hydrated always but especially when you’re about to celebrate marrying the love of your life. You will be on your feet all day, talking to everyone, dancing, and possibly drinking. So it is best to make sure that you stay hydrated throughout the day so you are your best and healthiest self.


5. Kiss your fiancé one last time


If you’ve chosen to embrace the tradition of sleeping apart the night before the wedding, sneak one last kiss in before you see each other the next day. If you’ve chosen to sleep together before the big day, take a moment to soak every moment that has led up to where you are and enjoy your last unmarried kisses.


Hope this helps you with some tips and tricks to shape your budget. Find me on social media to let me know if these tips were helpful! @bettertogetherplanning



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