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Wedding planner shares effective tips for brides to make the special day less stressful

The wedding day can be overwhelming, particularly for the brides, so this wedding planner has a few tips to manage it well.

Wedding planner shares effective tips for brides to make the special day less stressful
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix

It is indeed a surreal moment when we say "I do" to our life partner. This life-changing event carries a special memory till the end of our lives. So, it is natural for couples in love to look forward to a happy and stress-free wedding. Especially for the brides, the event is stressful as try to make the day look perfect, which eventually can take a toll on their emotions. So, wedding planner and content creator Lynea D'Aprix—who goes by @lynea.daprix on TikTok—shares amazing wedding tips to help soon-to-be-married couples have an unruffled, joyous ceremony and the internet loves it.

Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix
Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix

Based in New York, D'Aprix has worked in several weddings as a planner and photographer and her vast experience taught her many hacks that could make the day less overwhelming for the couples. In this video, she shared a few tips in a rapid-fire style. "Put a Q tip in your bouquet. That way you can take it out, dab off your little tear and not ruin your makeup," said the wedding planner. She suggested that it would be easier to get the decor right if we printed the pictures of the venue's look based on our expectations and handed them over to the decorators. Her next tip was that a little eyelash glue could hold the bride's necklace in place and stop it from moving. 

Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix
Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix

D'Aprix recommended the couple accommodate some alone time and wiggle room within their busy timeline for the day. "Utilize the credit cards in a very smart way. That way, you can get your rewards and cash back," she suggested. The wedding planner said it's important for the couple to practice their vows just as much as they practice their first dance and added, "Practice standing still like you're at the altar." While explaining why bringing command strips to hang the wedding dress could be useful, the photographer said, "There's not always an amazing place to hang it. Also, it's awesome for your photographer to be able to hang it somewhere nice." When planning the wedding budget, D'Aprix mentioned that it is vital to include tip money.

Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix
Image Source: TikTok | @lynea.daprix

The content creator insisted on scheduling time for family pictures with parents, grandparents, cousins and siblings. "Get a mini fan," she said and added that the couple could kiss once again in the middle of the aisle to get a beautiful picture. Finally, D'Aprix mentioned, "Make sure you have a place for your bouquets to go after the ceremony." The wedding planner had a lot more hacks to share based on her experience working in weddings but concluded the video asking, "Are these helpful?"

Image Source: TikTok | @tanyanotzuul
Image Source: TikTok | @tanyanotzuul
Image Source: TikTok | @oldmanmorgue
Image Source: TikTok | @oldmanmorgue

Her viral video garnered 625K views and over 70K likes. People on the platform found her tips quite convenient and feasible. "I literally give everyone I know getting married your TikTok. You are an astounding woman. Your partner better know they're marrying THAT woman," commented @s_mayneee. "I feel like I need these all in a document. I might forget half of these by the time I get round to my wedding," @carmzdance. "The credit card! Yes! All of our final payments went on our credit card. I'm trying to get that one-year anniversary trip paid for in points!" wrote @habs627.


 
 
 
 
 
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