Invite the bridal party, grooms party and immediate families to attend rehearsals if you’re having a church wedding. This is when the buzz starts to build as it all becomes very real!
2. Collect your dress
If you haven’t already, collect your wedding dress and put somewhere safe to store ahead of your big day! You may want to assign someone you trust to be responsible for transporting this for you, as you may need to ensure lots of other items are taken care of.
3. Groom's Attire
Collect the grooms’ suit and ensure polished shoes, an ironed shirt, socks and neckwear are purchased and placed with the suit ready for the morning. This will ensure there is no last-minute panic on the morning of the wedding.
4. Pamper time!
Enjoy manicure, pedicure & beauty treatments galore - but do be careful of any last-minute facials in case they cause a breakout. If you’re after something to relax you, perhaps book a last-minute massage rather than a facial?
5. Brief your key people
With the help of your timeline, complete one final run-through of the day with your key people. You want the day to run smoothly and the devil is in the detail!
6. Make a plan for returning hired items
Particularly important if you’re jetting off on a honeymoon straight from your wedding, ensure you organise returning any hired suits or equipment by their deadlines.
7. Enjoy setting up!
If you have access to the venue, enjoy setting it up the day before. This is a great opportunity to invite your parents, bridal-party and grooms-party to get involved, give them a sneak peak and talk them through various details. With both sides of the family together, enjoy this quality time!
8. It’s show time!
With nothing else left to do, it’s time to spend time with your loved ones and get your beauty sleep ahead of your big day. I wish you the very best of luck, hope the day goes to plan and is everything you’ve dreamt of!