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20 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life - Part 2

If you are in the process of planning a wedding, then hopefully you were able to use a few of the first 10 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life in part 1 of this series last week. Today WhereBridesGo.com has 10 more suggestions to make everything about the wedding a little easier so you have more time to enjoy yourself. 

11. Duplicate Your Wedding Info

You have kept your trusty wedding binder close to you at all times during the planning process. On the wedding day, make sure that you have a couple of copies of all the important information (vendor & wedding party contact info, wedding day schedule, list of family photos, names of special dance songs, etc...) in case your copy gets lost. Give one copy to the groom, one to your maid of honor, and a copy to anyone else that's responsible enough to help you keep things running smoothly.  

12. Clean That Ring
The wedding ring will be brand new on your finger, but you've proudly been wearing that engagement ring for a wh…

20 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life - Part 1

A lot goes into planning a wedding (and that's an understatement!) so learning a few tricks from people that have been through it before can save you a lot of time, money, and stress. Every bride can come up with a list of things she wishes she had done differently, if only she had known. Well, today WhereBridesGo.com has the first 10 of 20 tips and tricks to help you get through the wedding day, as well as the wedding planning, a little bit easier. 




1. Avoid Paper Cuts
The best way to seal all of those wedding invitations is to use a wet, foam brush to moisten the glue instead of your tongue, or you can even use a glue stick to do the trick.

2. Number The RSVPs
If you are collecting your RSVPs through the mail, discreetly number each one in a corner or on the back in case your guest forgets to put their name on it. (This happens more often than you would think!)


3. Buy A Return Address Stamp
A personalized return address stamp to use on your wedding invites will save a lot of writing, …

5 Special Ways to Honor Loved Ones at Your Wedding

WhereBridesGo.com knows that your wedding is such a special time for you and your significant other. But it's not just special for the two of you, it's special for the entire family. The tradition of marriage brings together not only two people in matrimony, but two families as one. It's natural to want to honor your family on your wedding day. Whether it's acknowledging parents or other influential people during the ceremony, or bestowing honor on those who are unable to be present, we've got some great ideas on how you can honor your loved ones on your wedding day.


Follow the Family Tradition Look back on where your parents and grandparents got married. Perhaps there's a church or a special venue that ancestors have traditionally used for the ceremony or the reception. Holding your big day in the same location will keep that tradition going and also bring back many great memories for family and guests to reminisce about. Plus, you'll be able to share phot…