Six things to practice at your wedding rehearsal.

1. When and where everyone will be. it’s inevitable that there will be hiccups, but the more you prepare your bridal party, the better.

2. Practice walking slowly-your guests want to see you. And it makes for great pictures! Remind everyone to take it slow.

3. If you are having little ones in the wedding, run through the motions a few times to help them get comfortable. Don’t forget to tell them where to sit if they won’t be standing with you during the ceremony.

4. Have the officiant practice stepping to the side when it’s time for the kiss. While he or she is important to the ceremony, you’ll want to leave them out of the first kiss photo 😉

5. Practice when the bride will come out-who will tell her when it’s time. 

6. Figure out where you need extra people-someone to tell the bride it’s time. Someone to fluff the train before it’s time. 

Things don’t always go as planned, so if they don’t, it’s ok! Just roll with it! Most people won’t notice & you probably won’t even remember. Sometimes when things don’t go as planned, it makes for some great memories!



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