The night before the wedding day will be full of excitement, anticipation and tension. We can't help thinking of what gonna happen on the wedding tomorrow. What if I oversleep? Suppose we make mistakes on the wedding, what would we do then? Would the guests laugh at us? We will tangle with a lot of questions. But all these unusual condition may have a negative impact on our wedding.Therefore, the most important thing on the night before the wedding day is to relax yourself and just be yourself as usual.
1.Do eat a good dinner. Don't just nibble – you'll need plenty of energy for the day ahead. Stay away from spicy foods or rich, heavy desserts. They may give you indigestion and stop you from getting a good night's sleep.
2.After the rehearsal dinner, do spend time with people that are close to you, like your parents, your bridesmaids or your fiancé. Try not to be around people that can be annoying or cause you any stress.
3.Try taking an aromatherapy bath with fragrant candles and soft music. The bath may help you get drowsy. After that, change into comfortable clothes and do something you enjoy that relaxes you, such as reading a book or listening to soothing music.
4.Set a back-up alarm. It is a good idea to take some extra preparations and precautions you normally wouldn't do. Definitely set an extra alarm for the morning, one that is out of arm's reach. If you tend to be a heavy sleeper, or you've had a past of accidentally sleeping through your alarm on important mornings, have someone call you in the morning.
5.Just do yourself as usual. When athletes get ready for a race, they treat it like any normal practice. There's no reason to warm up more or less, to stretch any differently than you normally do, to deviate away from your normal routine. Sometimes doing those kinds of things just makes you more nervous. Prepping for a big race like it's a normal practice relaxes an athlete - takes off the pressure of an event that involves quite a bit of pressure and significance. So, if you're feeling the jitters, calm yourself down by keeping your normal before-bedtime routine. Don't take a bunch of sleeping pills or go to bed three hours earlier than usual - just do everything like you normally do, in order to calm yourself.