With all the money and effort you’ve spent on your wedding the last thing you want to happen is for anyone, and especially not your wedding entourage, to arrive at your event, just when you are already in the middle of the wedding program and march.
It ruins the moment. Think about it. Imagine walking down the aisle, all attention on you, just like how you want it to be, and then all of a sudden, the focus is shifted to someone else just because she came to your wedding a few minutes late.
Sometimes, being late is inevitable, but being a wedding candidate yourself, you need to be informed on how you can assure punctuality. There’s only one way to do it.
The truth that you need to accept is that you can’t control your guests. You may have woken up at 5:30 in the morning, but that doesn’t mean that they will rise at the same time. You may have been ready by 6:30 in the morning, but who knows? Your guests may have just woken up at that time. With that, how can you make sure that they arrive on time?
As a bride, your job is not just to look pretty but also be the smart one. You have no control over your guests’ habits, but you do have complete control over what time you tell them to come.
Your wedding may be starting at 8:00 in the morning, but that doesn’t mean you have to be completely honest with your guests about it. You want them to come on time, so why not intentionally make them attend a bit earlier? Take note that apart from your guests there are also external factors that you cannot control.
Imprinting on the invitation cards that the wedding starts at 7:00 gives your guests ample time to make to your wedding march, no matter what obstacles come their way. Lateness in the part of your guests or wedding entourage can be a stressful moment for the couple. You undergo enough stress during the wedding planning. The wedding day is the time to feel your moment. Making your entourage come on time is essential in making that happen.
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