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When planning your wedding or even helping a friend or family member out with theirs, the best thing you can do is have great planning tips. Good planning will save you time, money, effort, and a huge headache. To help you with your planning so you can enjoy the journey leading up to your wedding day, consider the tips below:

Many brides will wear their mother or even mother-in-law wedding gown. If you plan to wear an heirloom gown for your wedding, you want to allow extra time for cleaning and alterations than what you would for a new gown.

When you buy your wedding shoes, wear them around the house for about a week to wear them in. Additionally, it would be a good idea to gently sand the bottom with fine sandpaper or put non-slip adhesive pads on the bottom so as you walk down the aisle on carpeting, you will not slip and fall.

Keep a handkerchief tucked in your bra since you will probably need it as the tears begin to flow during the ceremony.

Put together a little emergency kit for the time before the wedding. In this kit, you want needle and white and dark thread, hair spray, bobby pins, safety pins, headache medicine, clear nail polish, panty hose, travel steam iron, Kleenex, and so on.

If you are having an outdoor wedding, even if the local weatherman says clear skies, you should have a bunch of inexpensive umbrellas handy and a place to take cover, just in case.

For out of town guests, send two or three hotel recommendations near the wedding that are affordable, have nice amenities, and comfortable rooms. Additionally, try to suggest hotels that have in-house restaurants or ones nearby.

Just as you would have a guest register at the wedding, set one up at the reception as well. Most people will attend both the wedding and reception but some people can only attend the reception so a guest book will help you keep track of all your guests.

Request a close friend, member of the wedding party, or family member to take charge of the gifts after you take off for the honeymoon. This person or persons can pack them up from the reception and put them in your home or theirs for safekeeping until you return.

Find a few teenagers who would love to help at the reception. They can go around and light all the candles, set the wedding favors at each place setting, blow up balloons, or whatever you need done.

Be sure both the bride and grooms family has a copy of the honeymoon itinerary.

Eat something light before the wedding. Stay away from carbs and instead, eat some fresh fruit, yogurt, or nut-type snacks that are high in protein to help you stay calm while still having energy.

The day before the wedding, both bride and groom should treat themselves to a good massage!

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