As a wedding planner, I can provide some insight into what to expect at your wedding rehearsal:
Timing: Your wedding rehearsal will typically take place a day or two before the wedding ceremony. It's important to arrive on time and have all your bridal party members and family members present.
Venue: Your wedding rehearsal will take place at the wedding venue. This is an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the space and ensure that everything is in place for the wedding day.
Run-through: Your wedding planner will lead the run-through of the wedding ceremony, including the order of the processional and recessional, where to stand during the ceremony, and any special readings or rituals.
Attire: You and your bridal party members should wear comfortable clothes and shoes that are similar to what you'll be wearing on the wedding day. This will give you an idea of how your dress or suit feels and ensure that you can move comfortably.
Music: Your wedding planner will coordinate the music for the ceremony and play it during the rehearsal. This will give you an idea of the timing of the music and when to enter and exit.
Final details: Your wedding planner will also use the rehearsal as an opportunity to review any final details or changes to the wedding day timeline or logistics.
Overall, your wedding rehearsal is an important opportunity to prepare for the wedding day and ensure that everyone knows their roles and responsibilities. By following your wedding planner's lead, you can ensure that your rehearsal runs smoothly and that you feel confident and prepared for your big day.
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