Do’s and Don’ts for the Bride on her Wedding Day

A woman’s Wedding Day is indeed one of the biggest milestones in her life.  It’s the day that you have been dreaming of since you were a little girl.  That’s why it is important for that day to be close to perfect.  Yeah, weddings can never be 100%perfect.

Expect some mishaps and a few bumps here and there despite of all the tedious planning.  Although these things are inevitable, a few reminders before your wedding day can help you reduce the possibilities.

So here are a few Do’s and Don’ts that every Bride should remember on the day of her wedding:



Most brides lose appetite on their wedding day, probably because of anxiety, nervousness and excitement.  But going through the day on an empty stomach isn’t helpful.  Make sure to eat throughout the day and also during your reception.

Pack an emergency kit.

If you some medical issues like allergies, stomach upset, acid reflux or whatever, pack your emergency meds and have it ready on your wedding day.  Aside from medicines, also pack some things for last-minute repairs, stain remover, band aides, bobby pins, etc.  Here’s a Wedding Day Bridal Emergency Kit that you can purchase from Amazon or use as reference.

Relax and Have fun.

This is the best day of your life so make sure that you really enjoy it.  Lighten up and avoid stressing yourself out.  At the same time, be prepared for some things to not happen according as planned.


Don’t try something new.

Don’t get a facial, have your day colored, get a tan, get wax for the first time or change your skin care routine.  These things can go wrong and you don’t want to ruin your big day with these beauty mishaps.

Don’t be bossy with your bridesmaids.

Contrary to the term “bridesmaids”, your favorite girls aren’t literally your “maids”.  These are your best friends, sisters, cousins or future in-laws who will be there to support and stand beside you on your wedding day.  So don’t demand much from them or impose things.  Be sensitive and put yourself in their shoes as well.  Although giving them gifts is a sweet and appreciative gesture, kindness is still more important.

Don’t be a bridezilla.

Keep calm, don’t be a bridezilla.  I know that you want everything to be perfect but girl, you have to chill.  It is important to be assertive and perfectionist on the wedding planning but don’t overdo it or still stress out on the tiny details on the day of the wedding.  Get as much help as possible.  If you have a wedding planner, just give your trust because you hired him/her for a reason.

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Toni is a regular contributing author on GuestRelationshipsBlog. She also likes to write about relationships, money, and health.
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