Visiting with out of town guests and extended family on your wedding day can be hard. It is a busy day. Aside from hugging everyone and thanking them for being there, there isn't much time to 'catch up' with people you haven't seen in 6 months or sometimes more. You struggle with knowing they spent a lot of money and time to be there for you, and knowing you will be busy getting ready, saying vows, getting pictures taken, eating, and dancing. So how do you catch up with these wonderful people you dearly love?
Luckily weddings aren't just one day, it's a whole weekend. Think about it, there is the day before where you are prepping/decorating, and having the rehearsal dinner. The day of the wedding you get ready, have the wedding ceremony, wedding reception, and typically an after party at the hotel bar. Then the day after you have a brunch with all the out of town guests and extended family.
|Decorations at the front of the church|
Girl's Day Schedule:
Lunch at 12:00pm
Nails at 1:30pm
Not only did this allow me to spend time with family and friends, but the mani/pedi gave me a chance to relax, which is important on such a busy/exhausting/exhilarating weekend.