Your wedding day is guaranteed to go by in a flash, and there are a million different recommendations on how to enjoy it. But who better to take wedding advice from than the experts at one of the most popular wedding venues in the Inland Northwest? Davide and Stephanie with Trezzi Farm Winery have seen their fair share of weddings, and they’ve collected the 5 most important things for couples to remember on their big day:
1. Hire A Day-Of-Coordinator
The value that a day-of-coordinator will add to your wedding is absolutely worth it’s weight in gold. Without one, you and/or your loved ones will spend precious wedding day time taking care of little tasks and coordinating what goes where and who needs to be where when. Having a day-of-coordinator will allow you to sit back, relax, and enjoy every minute of your special day.
2. Don’t Forget To Eat & Hydrate!
This may seem simple, but it will make a huge difference in your energy levels and mood during your wedding! (No one likes a hangry bride…) Drink lots of water in the days leading up to the wedding and on the day itself, and you’ll feel much more energized and ready to take on the day.
3. Keep A Realistic Perspective
Real talk, there will probably be some things that don’t go *exactly* to plan on your wedding day. It’s okay. The little things that go wrong will have no bearing on the success of your marriage! Take it in stride and years later you’ll be able to look back and laugh on those hiccups as a memorable part of the journey.
4. Not Everything Has To Be Perfect
Don’t worry yourself with the small details during the planning process. It won’t really matter if you choose this flower vs. that flower or if the flower girl dress perfectly matches yours. You are getting together for the long run, so don’t try and make everything perfect just for this one day!
5. Be Present In The Moment
On your wedding day, there will be so much going on around you, don’t forget to just be present. Take deep breaths, soak in everything around you, relish in every fleeting feeling, and revel in the joy that you and all of your guests will experience. This small act will have the most lasting impact on how you look back at your wedding.