Do's and Don'ts for your wedding ceremony Tessa Kim

Do's and Don'ts for your wedding ceremony

The wedding ceremony is a special and meaningful part of the big day, and there are a few dos and don'ts to keep in mind to ensure everything goes smoothly.


  • Practice your vows before the big day. This will help you feel more confident and comfortable when it's time to exchange them.
  • Have a backup plan in case of inclement weather. This could be as simple as having an umbrella on hand or booking a venue with indoor and outdoor options.
  • Consider hiring a wedding coordinator to handle the details and logistics of the ceremony. This will allow you to relax and enjoy the moment.
  • Assign someone to handle the rings and make sure they are securely stored before the ceremony.
  • Plan for any cultural or religious traditions you want to include in the ceremony.


  • Leave your wedding day attire until the last minute. Make sure you have everything you need well in advance so there are no last-minute mishaps.
  • Forget to bring tissues or handkerchiefs. Tears of joy are a common occurrence during weddings, and it's always helpful to have something on hand to wipe them away.
  • Leave your guests in the dark about the ceremony. Provide them with a program or itinerary so they know what to expect.
  • Forget to thank your guests for attending. A simple thank you at the end of the ceremony is a thoughtful way to show your appreciation.
  • Neglect to have a rehearsal. This will give you a chance to run through the ceremony and iron out any kinks before the big day.

In conclusion, it's important to keep in mind that your wedding ceremony is a special and meaningful moment, and it's important to be respectful and mindful of the traditions and customs involved. While it's okay to personalize your ceremony and make it your own, it's also important to be considerate of others and to adhere to certain norms and expectations. By following these do's and don'ts, you can ensure that your wedding ceremony is a beautiful and memorable moment that you and your partner will cherish for years to come.

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