Larry James' CelebrateIntimateWeddings BLOG

Monday, November 16, 2009

Testing! Testing!

Test your wedding day shoes!

If you think you will have an opportunity to sit down during your wedding day. . . forget it! It’s not likely.

Most likely you will be on your feet throughout the day and into the night. . . dancing the night away and greeting family and friends that you haven’t seen for a while.

Be sure to break in any new shoes you plan to wear long before the wedding. If they are a tight fit, visit a shoe shop and have them stretched a little.

The last thing you need is sore feet on your honeymoon.

Get lots of rest the night before your wedding. Consider having your rehearsal and rehearsal dinner at least “two” days before your wedding if possible. That separates two stressful days and gives you time to catch up on any last minute things you may need to do.

It’s also a good idea because sometimes the groom and the groomsmen like to head out after the rehearsal dinner for a little social lubricant (if you know what I mean). Hangovers are not a good idea to have on your wedding day. Having your rehearsal dinner “two” days before your wedding give everyone a day to recover.

Want to be comfortable for the “first dance?” Relieve the pain of heels by getting some reliable and foldable flats. Click here!

Here’s a great idea for your honeymoon.

Copyright © 2009 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (90 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: Check Larry’s availability.

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