I'm a bride – six things I wish I'd known before my wedding day

I'm a bride – six things I wish I'd known before my wedding day

AFTER your wedding is officially over, you don’t want to look back on your big day with a list of regrets.

It’s always smart to know what to expect on your wedding day before it actually rolls around on the calendar.

A TikToker named Sami Rose Tansel posted a helpful video on her feed for brides who are busy planning everything out.

The caption of her video says: “Keep these things in mind for the big day!"

She starts off by describing how dirty her wedding dress got on the big day.

She dealt with rainy weather at her wedding which means that walking around outside impacted her dress in a major way.

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Her warning to brides about how dirty their dress might get won't apply to everyone, but it's still good to know.

Her second warning is to make sure you have time set aside to touch up your makeup if you choose to have a “first look" moment with your groom.

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Odds are, you and your groom might shed a few tears which means you’ll need your makeup to be freshened up before you walk down the aisle.

She warns that it’s easy to forget about eating on your wedding day since you’re distracted by so many other magical moments.

Sami suggests you keep someone nearby who reminds you to eat or makes sure that you’re being fed.

She also warns that it’s really hard to engage in conversations with every single wedding guest since it’s a crowded and busy event.

Her suggestion is to make your rounds and speak with as many wedding guests as possible towards the end of the night.

Sami also warns future brides about noticing all the small details that may generally be overlooked.

Looking back at photos is special, of course, but it’s even more special to experience the magic of the day while you’re still there.

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She says: “It’s cliché but this day really flies by so tried to soak in every last moment of it.”

Her last piece of advice is to hire a professional photographer who can capture all the beautiful moments.

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