Preparing yourself for the wedding is one of the most difficult parts about the whole planning process. You have to get your wardrobe together, make hair and nail appointments on top of planning for the ceremony and reception. The last thing that comes to mind is dance skills but trust me a basic dance is very important. We all want to look great and feel confident on our wedding night!
While the wedding toast is usually given by a close friend or family member at the wedding, it is still a very important part of the whole experience. Given the fact that most people do not give speeches on a daily basis, it can be quite nerve wracking standing in front of a bunch of people with their attention on you. To help with the whole experience, I’ve come up with some tips on how to prepare for a wedding toast. Hopefully it will put the nervousness at ease!
1. The Idea of Marriage:
• For most people the day you say “I do” is the day everything changes. You no longer view yourself in just a relationship but a marriage. Marriage to some can be a very important and sensitive matter because of a past experience with divorce or a religious commitment with their purity.
• Saving yourself for this one person to spend the rest of your life with is quite an honor and although it is less common in today’s society, there are expectations behind the commitment.
• I cannot emphasize this more: Make sure you discuss what each other think of marriage. What do the wedding vows mean to you? How do you plan on addressing the commitment? This will help eliminate a last minute cancellation or future divorce.
Right now you are going through one of the most emotionally draining processes you will ever experience. The six moths leading up to your wedding seem to go by very slow. Decisions need to be made and feelings tend to get the best of you. Don’t worry and relax. The best way to get through this is by taking it one day at a time.
Although you are madly in love with your fiancé and so excited about the wedding, the reality of marriage and planning the wedding will sink in. Don’t stress yourself out about these feelings of uncertainty or questions. They are normal and most women experience this. I like to refer to them as pre-wedding jitters.
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