No matter how much you carefully plan and prepare for your special wedding day, the emotions you feel and the spontaneous occurrences cannot be predicted. You know what your outfit will look like, you know who will be coming and what you will be eating. But you may not know how you will feel looking into the eyes of your loved one during the ceremony, or how you will react to unique moments or lovely surprises.
Well, to prepare you a little further, here are the 5 things that no one tells you about your wedding day.
1. You’ll definitely cry
It may be when you and your mother share a moment while you are getting ready. Or when he puts the beautiful ring on your finger. Or even during the emotional speeches. But it’s good to know that, at some point, you will definitely shed a tear of joy during such a momentous occasion.
2. Your face will hurt from smiling so much
Smiles and laughter is expected at weddings, from everyone involved. But with so many guests to greet, so many photos to smile for and so many unforgettable moments to enjoy, you will undoubtedly have an achy jaw and mouth. Although that won’t stop you from having the time of your life!
3. The most magical moment will be when you least expect it
Although weddings are an age-old tradition that most girls will experience as a bride, each affair is truly personal. There is no telling what moment of the wedding you will remember the most. Of course, there is the special ceremony, but a plethora of other magical parts of the wedding ceremony
4. It won’t go as planned
Something will happen that you didn’t predict, that’s for sure. Maybe the food will come out at a different time, your family will forget part of their speech, or a piece of jewellery will fall off. But things like this are unavoidable, and won’t matter at all amidst the euphoria of your special celebration.
5. You’ll want a little alone time
Indian weddings are full of various rituals, ceremonies, parties and an incredibly high number of guests. With all this going on, there may be times during the event that you just want to spend some quality time with your new husband. Luckily, you have the rest of your lives together!