Night Before Wedding: 10 Things to Remember

Pre-wedding jitters? It’s okay! The day before wedding nervousness is par for the course. Channel all that energy into completing these 10 things to do the night before your wedding and you’ll give yourself peace of mind and a good foundation for the big day itself!
1. Gather a survival kit.
Toss a bunch of must-have items into a small tote bag in case you or anyone needs them. It’s calming knowing there is plan B in case plan A fails.
2. Write a love note to your groom.
Something short and sweet. Reminding the guy who will be waiting for you in a freshly-cleaned tux that they are the love of your entire life.
3. You need rest, rest and more rest
We can’t emphasize this enough. Save as much rest as you can in the bank, you’ll need it on your big day.
Night Before Wedding: 10 Things to Remember 
4. Grab a pair of flip flops/sandals
Keep these close by, you’ll want to change into them throughout your wedding day — whether after the morning photos are taken or in the middle of the reception. Your feet are going to need a time-out before you do!
5. Skip the Booz
It will only give you migraine. If you do decide to drink, however, be sure to drink equal amounts of water. Also, make sure you get plenty of beauty sleep.
6. Don’t try new routines or food
Your wedding day is definitely not the time to have major digestive issues after consuming something that doesn’t agree with you, or to engage in a new beauty routine . Stick to the oldies.
Night Before Wedding: 10 Things to Remember 

7. Pass wedding vendor’s list and contact details to someone else for follow ups
No need stressing your self calling your makeup artist 20 times 2 minutes apart. It will only stress you out. Give your vendor list to a friend (someone responsible please) to follow up on them for you. Even if a problem arises, your friend will be more logical and less emotional than you are in handling the situation.
8. Drink a lot of water.
Keep a cold glass of water nearby and make sure you spend some quality time with it. This will help you avoid any dehydration that stress and running around can often cause.
Night Before Wedding: 10 Things to Remember 

9. Pack a bag or clutch of personal items.
Put together your reception clutch and your post-reception bag and hand it off to your wedding point person, who can help make sure it’s waiting for you at the reception and  in the bridal suite or in your hotel room afterwards.
10. Give your phone to your Chief-bridesmaid
The last thing you need the night before your wedding is a phone. It is distracting and also addictive. Instagram newsfeed filled stories is enough to keep you up all night.

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