Most of us only get married once in our lives. For all those 75,000 bridal couples who marry on average every year, it is often reinventing the wheel. Through twitter, facebook and my own brides I asked:
What is the best tip that you can give to future couples (already looking back on your wedding day)?
Marjet: "My best tip is to take the perfect wedding planner and / or master of ceremonies that suit you .. that's a big part of your wedding. Our master of ceremonies did a fantastic job and it was surprise to surprise (We got flowers to congratulate the day guests, Casket with precious memories of the immediate family that stood in our house when we got home, The masters of ceremonies had taken all the money and put it just before we got home, The song 'Loesje is the girl of the drummer of the band' converted to 'Jetje is the girl of the drummer of the band'.). "
Hayke: "Marital conditions!!" I have noticed that relationships can be finite and having these conditions precludes many discussions, and when you start it you think it's eternal, but that's often not the case."
Tanja: "Take care of a very good master of ceremonies or wedding planner, then you can really enjoy. Do what you really want, then enjoy yourself the most. Please tell the photographer what kind of photos you want and what moments he or she should DEFINITELY record. Let photographer with master of ceremonies talk for the surprises (so (s)he has a camera ready). "
Orinda: "Take a pampering day about 1 week in advance."
Melanie: "Do what you want, do not plan the day as "others" see it (want, mothers in law), but make it 100% your day!"
I'm curious to see if you have any more tips.