Ask any bride and most will say that having someone help coordinate your wedding day was one of the best decisions they've made. Family and friends are a great alternative, yet having someone that is laser focused on what you envisioned and planned can be lost with loved ones.
Do not change your daily habits just because your wedding is approaching, such as over working yourself, trying new beauty products and strenuous workouts for the weeks leading up to your wedding. The last thing you want is an allergic reaction or a sore body.
Make a list of photos you specifically want throughout the day and provide it to your photographer. Think about the combination of poses, locations and the people who are most important to you. These are some of the only tangible memories you'll take away from your dream wedding, so put some thought into this as you plan your day.
Remember to step back from the drinking and dancing to take a few moments to enjoy your specially crafted dinner on your big day. You, more than probably, spent countless hours on at food tasting and money on the food that will be served to you and your guests. Last thing you want is to faint from lack of nutrition on your day of celebration.
Don't be afraid to break from small traditions and step outside the box. Your wedding day does not have to be cookie cutter so get creative and put your own magical touch into your wedding day.
There will be glitches during your big day and that's okay. Having 100-300+ guests, 7+ vendors, and 2 or more intricate events; there are chances things won't always go according to plan. More likely than not you're the only one who knows of the 'plan'. To everyone else, nothing would even seem to have gone wrong. So, breathe, don't let any minor mishap get under your skin during your big day.
Step away with your lovely new husband for a second and watch your wedding from a distance. Take in all the love in that room..