June 11, 2018

Wedding Day Must – Do’s

Hello friends!

The moment is here – WEDDING DAY! Before you take the walk down the aisle, there are a million tiny details that need to be perfect. Those special little moments before the wedding will fly by and the next thing you know, your wedding will be at your doorstep. I’m here to help you capture these small moments.

Through helping each bride on her journey, I know what helps each bride have joy and less stress. Besides the obvious of the hair and makeup, here are some fun tips and tricks on how to make the morning of your big day full of relaxation!

First off, breakfast. Have a healthy but filling meal to keep up your energy throughout the day. A couple of my recommendations: fruit, oatmeal, parfaits, pastries, and anything else to keep you filled and energized for the big day ahead! A lot of brides forget to eat on their wedding day- but do NOT skip out on breakfast. Skipping meals on a day like today is a big no-no; who wants to faint on their big day? – no one ever.

Breathe. Your day can be filled with more butterflies than expected, so take some time to breathe and don’t be afraid to take a few moments just for yourself.

Make a music playlist. Shake the nerves off by letting loose! Get your maid of honor to make you a fun throwback playlist of your favorites. Don’t be afraid to let loose, dance, and have the time of your life. Having relaxing music playing in the background as you get dressed often helps calm the butterflies. Click HERE for my own personal playlist that consists everything from Shania Twain to Whitney Houston!

Before putting on your dress: Go to the bathroom. Too many times brides get into their dress before realizing that they have to go to the restroom. Before putting on your dress, make sure to make a quick bathroom stop. It won’t be so quick with your dress on!

Have everything? Shoes, earrings, deodorant, dental floss, perfume, lipstick. Make a checklist on your phone. Double check, triple check, check again!

Overnight and reception bag: Make sure to pack up all of your necessities if you are leaving straight from the reception. A smart idea is to have a “reception bag” filled with all of the essentials you might need, one of these being a change of shoes. Trust me, the shoes are a lifesaver!

Plan on having the camera crew film both sides of the wedding party before the wedding. These little moments are the ones that are the most precious. Being able to look back at the faces of your family, friends, and other significant moments before you say “I do” is an amazing experience.

I can’t wait for you to experience the dream that is about to become your reality! For more tips and tricks, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest!

 

xo,

Kendal

 

hello loves!

Welcome to the KP blog! My name is Kendal and I’m so happy you’re here. It’s been my dream for quite some time to own a wedding planning company and now the time has finally arrived! I am certain that this will be the best journey in life and I’m so excited to finally show you what we’ve been working on for the past few months! Take a look around, love. I can’t wait to meet you!

1 Comment

  1. Melanie Perry

    I am so very proud of you love. Your web site is very nice and filled with so much information. You will be such a blessing to all Brides and Grooms and wedding parties who are fortunate to have you as their planner. Your passion and knowledge and your event planning education makes this business “a perfect marriage” for you.

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