10 important things 'not to do' at your wedding
You are going to be the gorgeous bride anytime soon and you'll have a long list of
1 Do not
2 Do not overload your luggage with clothes: Only pack the essentials. Outfits that you think you 'may not' wear after the wedding, why take it along. Too many heavy and traditional outfits just end up warming up your cupboards post wedding. So shop smart!
3 Do not mix up your honeymoon and wedding trousseau: Pack them in separate bags. Mostly you will leave for your honeymoon right after your wedding. Since you'll be busy exploring your new home and family, you would not wanna waste time hunting for your honeymoon outfits!
4 Do not try out weird photo stunts: Climb up on his back and give a DDLJ pose...
5 Do not invite your ex: This is a big no no! You guys maybe friends
6 Do not cry on your
7 Do not hire Cheap/Just one photographer: Your parents and elders may hire a traditional photographer, but please do add on a candid photographer too if you have the budgets, coz your best moments will be captured for sure! Also, ask your friends to bring out their cameras and get clicking too.
8 Do not hire a cheap wedding planner: One planner may offer you cheap rates compared to another one. Check the offerings carefully, scrutinize each and every detail that they say. You do not wanna mess up your big day, where you are the one running around for all the nitty-
9 Do not wear uncomfortable footwear/lingerie: You will have to maybe stand for hours together at your reception or walk around to greet your guests. Choose wedges or platforms in footwear so you'll be able to walk freely. As for your lingerie, avoid wearing really tight and uncomfortable materials, go for breathable
10 Do not starve just before your wedding: Most importantly you gotta eat
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