If you're searching through bridal magazinesand websitesand still have a difficult time imaging what all the details will really look like on your wedding day then here are 5 real weddings to be inspired by. Don't stress out, weddings occur all year long and yours can be done too.
Whether you decide to see each other before or during the ceremony, the emotions that will run through your body are unexplainable. But here, bride Mandy and groom Michaelshow us just how emotional it can be seeing each other for the first time on your wedding day. When I first saw this picture I started to cry and now I can't wait to have this same experience on my wedding day.
Yes there is a lot going on during a wedding and everyone is pulling you in different directions to say hello, dance, or have a drink with them. However, whatever chaos is going on with everyone else, remember that this day is about you and him. So step away from all the crazy fun to share a special **"I Love You"**** **moment together like Heather and Brent did.
This is a big day for you and your groom, but it is also a big day for your family as well, especially those who raised you. Always remember to include your loved ones in your planning process as well as on your wedding day. If your daddy's little girl, like I am, surprise him during the** father-daughter dance** with a song from his favorite singer like Stevie Wonder's**"Isn't She Lovely"** or James Taylor's**"Your Smiling Face".** I love the smile Jennifer and her fathershare in this picture as he walks her down the aisle and I'm sure as he walks her down the aisle he remembers the day she was born.
Now that all the planning and worrying is over: Have Fun!!! Kick off your shoes, get on the dance floor with your friends and family and have a good time. Or like Lani and Jamie, jump around in an inflatible castle! Check out the rest of their photos on Flickr and you will see how much fun Lani and Jamie's wedding was with all the candy, an awesome cake, cotton candy, and props they had at their wedding! I love to dance so I know I will be enjoying all the fun with my husband to be in the middle of the dance floor..."The Electric Slide" anyone?!
While getting all dolled up for your wedding is fun...don't forget to be yourself. Don't buy a big, extravagant ball gown or a bow tie tuxedo if that isn't your style. This day is a reflection of who you are as a person and as a couple, not what others think you or your wedding should look like. Jared and Holly had a sweet yet simple wedding which included pie for dessert instead of a big wedding cake and rode away on a cute bicycle built for two. To make things simple for our afternoon wedding we will be using our own car for transportation since the ceremony and reception are at the same location. Remember that it is important for you to be able to stay relaxed on (and before) your wedding day despite the chaos all around!
What important detail are you looking forward to the most on your wedding day?
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