Help! What to do after photographer&videographer leave the hotel?

posted 2 years ago in Logistics
Post # 2
42135 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

copperbird90:  Relax. Take a breath. Reminisce with your bridal party or without. Make sure you have a snack to keep your blood sugar up. Go pee. Enjoy the last bit of peace and quiet you will have all day.

Post # 3
431 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2015

It’s not too long of a time to wait. I would have a glass of champagne, have a small snack, and take a nice moment alone before the rest of the night begins!

Post # 4
216 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

If you want something fun, bring a childhood board game (that’s quick) to play with your ladies! Uno, Poker, or even that game that was ubiquitous at sleepovers; M.A.S.H (just me?). It will help to get your mind off the stress! Or play 20 questions, salad bowl, or mafia (all fun group games)

If you want something more serious, write a letter to your husband or your future self. Perhaps write something to open on your one-year anniversary so that you can go right back to the emotions of that day? 


I’m also a huge fan of meditation. Perhaps use that quiet time to collect your thoughts through a guided meditation? 

Post # 6
216 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

copperbird90:  Don’t cry too much or you’ll smudge your makeup 🙂 

The only other suggestion I just thought of is to set aside time to call someone who’s really important to you but won’t be able to make the wedding (if there is such a person). 

I also have heard that wedding timelines always go longer than planned – so maybe you wont have much time! 

Either way, best of luck for your wedding!!

Post # 7
46 posts
  • Wedding: December 2014 - The Boatshed Restaurant

I’m sure you could talk to your parents and bridesmaid?! It’s only 30 min.

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