How To Party Like a Rockstar on Your Wedding Night
So maybe your “party like a rockstar” days are behind you. Are you a little worried about staying vertical and energized for the reception, after party, and after-after party on your wedding night? After coordinating countless weddings, we have compiled several actionable tips to avoid crashing and burning on your wedding night.
Prepare for your wedding night with a little preplanning
Sleep in the day of your wedding
Let’s face it - you will probably be stressed out the night before your wedding. Besides your rehearsal dinner, you might be tempted to stay out late on your last day of being single. We say: go for it!
But don’t deny your natural need for sleep before your big day - make sure you carve out 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep for yourself and stuff your cell phone and devices away in a drawer. This will help you be prepared for your wedding night.
Working out for the wedding night?
Ok, so maybe you’re already on a fitness regime - but did you know a lot of personal trainers now offer specific routines for future brides and grooms? After all, fitness is not just about looking great.
When you are on the right training track, you’ll have the stamina and endurance to rock the dance floor all night long.
Avoid the alcohol will help you be perky through to the wedding night
Your well-intentioned friends and relatives will likely be handing you your favorite adult beverage all day and all wedding night.
Our advice? Keep your head alcohol free for as long as you can. If not, keep it to a minimum - you know what your body can handle - or you will likely be turning in a lot sooner than everyone else.
Enjoy some pre-wedding peace and quiet
Sure, the morning of your wedding is going to be crazzzzy - and you are going to be the center of attention. Don’t be afraid to duck out for a few minutes when you can and do a couple of yoga moves, meditate, or whatever works for you. this will help you to feel calm and centered through to your wedding night.
Yep - you’ll be busy, but make sure you are taking enough time to drink enough water. Some brides we have worked with just made sure they had someone close to them with a large water bottle. In the end, a combination of dehydration and alcohol can cause all sorts of problems on your wedding night - so hydrate!
Delegate, then delegate some more
We understand you want everything to be perfect on your wedding day. But don’t take on too much - after all, you should be focused on relaxing and enjoying the moment, not hanging garlands and setting up your florals. Don’t be afraid to hire a wedding planner early on to avoid these last minute gotchas.
That's what you have us for! We are so good that our brides (and grooms) are able to act like guests at their own weddings and just enjoy themselves.
Force yourself to take a bathroom break
If you’re like most brides, you don’t want to miss a single moment of your big day. But if you’re about to break out in your pee-pee dance during your reception, you’re not likely to enjoy it as much.
Eat | Rinse | Eat some more
With all of the endless hours of planning behind you, you are now launching into the actual wedding! And will everything going on today, you may think it’s crazy to stop for breakfast or lunch. Resist that impulse and take the time to eat light meals loaded with protein. And don’t forget to snack during the day, so you keep your energy levels up. Finally, dive into your reception meal with gusto and enjoy every delicious bite. this iwll power your wedding night.
The last tip - pace yourself
Sure, it’s a given that you want to dance into the night on your wedding day. Take a step back and make certain you are mixing it up - chat with the guests and set aside some one-on-one time with your new spouse.
In the end, there is no substitute for preparation and pace when it comes to an endurance event like a wedding. Take time to care and nourish yourself, then cut loose - it’s your wedding night, right?
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