Here are some tips I have collected from other Brides from their wedding preparations.
Don't send your invitations out on a rainy day, especially if you plan to use a public mailbox. All that rain and dampness may damage the paper and cause the ink to run.
Wedding details you'll want your photographer to capture: invitation close-up, table card, favors on tables, bouquet and centerpiece close-ups.
Keep a photo of your wedding gown in your wallet for inspirationâ€”especially for those moments when that sugary snack is screaming your name!
When you've licked and addressed your invites...DONT stack them in a pile straight away or put them together with a rubber band, otherwise you end up with 70 envelopes partially stuck together that need to be ripped apart and redone, all...over....again!
If you have the time..address your thankyou cards envelopes when you are addressing the invite ones, sounds anal but its saves time later with another thing you have to do after the wedding that you just can't be bothered doing!
put thought into planning your meal the night before the wedding- no garlic! no dodgy takeaway food that could give you an upset tummy.
give someone your digital camera for the day, its instant pics for you the next day and you don't have to chase family members for copies of theirs
don't drink too much fluid until you get to reception, there is nothing worse than being in a fully hooped heavy gown trying to enjoy the moment- busting for a pee!
Write individual cards out to all the people you really want to thank personally for whatever reason and have them placed on their seat at the reception. These way if you freeze in the speech, or leave someone out by mistake, you won't end up regretting not thanking someone.
I have more saved if you're interested, I thought that might be enough for today!