Topmost 30+ Things To Do Night Before Wedding

Topmost 30+ Things To Do Night Before Wedding

The evening before your wedding is sure to be a memorable and exciting one, as the big day is drawing ever closer. However, you must ensure that you make the most of this time because there is a great deal to think about. 
In order for you to make the most of the night before your wedding, we have compiled a list of the 32 most important items that you need to take care of.
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➤ 30+ Things To Do Night Before Wedding
1 Relax
You may be surprised to see this as the point number 1, but trust it is imperative. If you take care of yourself the night before your wedding, you’ll wake up feeling completely revitalized and ready to celebrate your big day. 
2 Remove Your Makeup

Make sure that you remove all of your makeup completely and carefully the night before your wedding so that your skin has time to recuperate, and you may avoid any potential breakouts.
3 Eat Nutritious Meal
No matter how much you love fast food, you need to eat nutritious meal a night before your wedding. Of course, you would not want to wake up with a food hangover on the day of your wedding. Food hangovers are quite disturbing; hence, it is crucial to eat healthy diet.
4 Drink Water

Maintain ready access to a refreshing glass of ice water, and make it a point to spend some quality time with it. By doing this, you will lessen the likelihood of being dehydrated as a result of the stress and wedding activities. 
5 Avoid Testing Any New Makeup Or Beauty Product 
Because you never know if you’ll have an allergic reaction, now is not the time to test out that new face mask you’ve been reading about. To allow yourself some time and mental space to relax, though, run yourself a nice bath and use products that you are familiar and comfortable with.
Related:  25 DIY Wedding Makeup Tips with Dos and Don’ts
6 Get Your Nails Done

If you haven’t had your bridal manicure yet, you should do so the night before your wedding. Doing so will ensure that your hands look their absolute best in close-up photographs. So, give yourself a luxurious manicure that includes a little hand massage and moisturizing.
7 Arrange Your Belongings 
You don’t want to waste time scurrying around in the morning looking for your shoes or any other accessories that you might want to wear that day, so make sure to arrange your belongings the night before. 
8 Arrange Your Reception Bag
Put together your reception clutch as well as your post-reception bag, and then give it off to the point person for your wedding. This person will make sure that it is ready for you in the bridal suite or in your hotel room after the reception.
 Also Read: The Do’s And Don’ts To Plan Outdoor Reception
9 Switch Off Your Phone 

Of course, you’ll be excited for the D Day, and you would want to stay online for quite a long time, but that’s not what you should do the night before your wedding. Staying on the phone for a long time will disturb your sleep, which will eventually affect your bridal look the next day. Hence, the best is to switch off your phone or give it to somebody you know you can rely on to look after it in your absence.
10 Go Through Your Wedding Speech and Wedding Vows One More Time
It is important to review your wedding vows one last time before the big day, and the night before your big day is the ideal time to do so.
If you are going to give a speech, now is the time to go back and give it another read, and the same goes for your wedding vows. A couple of calm, unhurried read-throughs will ensure that you feel comfortable and confident while reading them on the D Day.
11 Keep Sufficient Cash on Hand

Keep sufficient cash on hand in case you need to tip the vendors, or any emergencies arise at the very last minute.
12 Perform a Second Check on the Payments Made to Vendors
Have them dealt out digitally, whether that means setting up payments through PayPal or GPay or accumulating checks and cash. If the latter is the case, place the cards in envelopes with legible labels and give them to the person who will serve as your point person on the wedding day.
13 Produce a Printed Copy of the Vendor Information List
Be sure to have a list of information on the vendors, including their names, phone numbers, and estimated times of arrival. Hand this list over to the person who will be your point of contact so that they can verify that everything is in order.
14 Take Some Time to Pamper Yourself.
You may ensure that you will look your best the next day by treating yourself to some pampering and skincare, but make sure that you only use items that you have used in the past to avoid causing a breakout.
15 Do Some Meditation

Meditation is a great practice that you can do the night before your wedding. Take five minutes at the end of the day before your wedding to meditate and focus on taking deep breaths. Before you go to sleep, doing this will make you feel more at ease. It will help you look your best and stay calm on D day.  
16 Don’t Get Involved in Any Wedding Duties
Do not begin preparing a speech or completing last-minute DIY projects the night before your wedding. Instead, give yourself the time to relax and turn off from that.
17 Watch Funny Videos Or Comedy Show 
Make sure to watch some funny videos on YouTube the night before the wedding. Doing so will help you elevate your state of mind and stay rejuvenated the next day.
18 Wash Your Hair
You should wash your hair the night before your wedding so that they are ready for the next day’s styling. This is because if you wash your hair on D Day, your hair would be too slippery to style. If you want, you can check with your hairstylist about this one. But in general, you should wash your hair the day before it is styled.
 Also See: Essential Hair Care Tips For Bride To Be
19 Pamper Your Eyes
Because of all that’s going on, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that it’s been a little difficult for you to get a good night’s rest in the days leading up to your big day. Slices of chilled cucumber are an easy and all-natural way to provide your eyes with some much-needed relief. 

If you don’t have any cucumbers on hand, you can also try refreshing your eyes with cold teaspoons. All you have to do is to refrigerate two teaspoons for some hours and then place them on your eyes. 
20 Avoid Alcohol
You might be tempted to have some fizz, but the truth is that you’ll feel a lot better if you focus on drinking water and making sure that you’re completely hydrated rather than giving in to that temptation. 
Consuming alcohol will cause dehydration, which will make you feel less refreshed when you wake up in the morning.
21 Open Wedding Presents the Night Before the Wedding
You should make use of the evening before the wedding to open any pre-wedding presents that you may have received.
22 Clean Your Engagement Ring 

Of course, you would want your engagement ring to shine brighter than it ever has before on D Day. So, make sure to take out some time to polish your engagement ring.
23 Charge Your Phone 
In addition to switching your phone to vibrate-only mode, you should also ensure that it is plugged in and charging while you sleep. Even while you probably won’t be using your cell phone all that much during the day, it’s still a good idea to keep it with you in case of an unexpected event or in case you want to take some quick selfies your better-half or your beloved family. 
24 Spend Some Quality Time Together Alone With Your Spouse/Partner
Make it a priority to spend some quality time alone with your significant other the night before the big event so that you can both relax and recharge before the next day’s activities. 

Check in with your spouse-to-be and make an arrangement to spend some quality time with your would-be the night before. Make it as memorable as possible so that you can enjoy the feeling of being a bachelor one more time and cherish these moments all your life.
25 Put Together a Survival Kit
On the day of your wedding, you never know what you might require in an instant. Therefore, it is crucial that you prepare your survival bag the night before your wedding in order to avoid being frustrated. Put together a small tote bag with an assortment of vital items and keep it close in case someone needs them.
26 Put Aside Your Pair of Sandals or Flip-Flops

Wearing heels all day long is not an easy task, especially at a wedding. It is always good to keep a pair of sandals or flip-flops handy on the wedding day. You may plan to change into them at some point over the course of your wedding day; you may need to get into your flip-flops for comfortable dancing or maybe in the midst of the celebration. Before you, your feet will require a break from the activity.
27 Check Everything With The Person In charge
Make sure you check everything with the person who will be the point of contact for your wedding the night before your wedding. Doing so will ensure that everything is in place.
28 Verify Information With the Vendors
Ensure that your outside vendors are aware of the time and location at which they are expected to appear. At this point, it is the appropriate time to also provide them with the name and phone number of the person who will serve as your point person that day.
Related: 15 Tips To Choose The Best Wedding Vendors
29 Don’t Miss Your Nightly Beauty Regime 

The night before your wedding is a crucial night. You might find yourself stuck in so many things, but that doesn’t mean that you can ignore your night beauty regime. Hence, make sure to put on a face mask, lather on some moisturizer, and stick some whitening strips on your face to get that rejuvenated skin the next day.
30 Write A Love Letter to Your Spouse.
You may want to give something special to your spouse the night before your wedding. What else could be better than a handwritten love letter? The night before your wedding is the time that you can utilize to express your most profound feelings for your significant other.
31 Spend Some Time With Your Loved Ones.
The night before your wedding is the only time that you’ll spend with your family members. Make sure to express your gratitude to the folks who have stood by your side throughout this ordeal before the craziness of the wedding day begins. Make sure to give your friends and your family members an extra embrace the night before the wedding.
32 Be Grateful

The day has finally arrived for which you’ve been waiting for so long. The moment has come for you to wed the person you’ve loved all your life. 
Let everyone who has been there for you through the good and bad times and helped you know how much you appreciate it. Also, be grateful to GOD and pray for blessings before you embark on the new journey of your life.33. Get to Bed on Time.
Last but not least, sleep early. Even if you might be too thrilled to sleep, it’s crucial to get to bed early the night before your wedding. Just wind down and get to sleep at a reasonable hour because the more sleep you get, the better you will feel overall.
Putting it all together…
So, these are the 33 things to do the night before the wedding. Make sure to go through this list and follow it, as it can help you avoid last-minute chaos. Hope this article has been informative for you and will help you stay organized the night before your wedding and the next day.
Thanks for reading the article!
Happy Wedding… ☺ ☺ 

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