Daddy & Daughter

     With Father's Day last Sunday, we have been reminiscing on past father/daughter moments! Every moment from the ceremony to the reception tug on our heart strings, but one of the most tear wrecking times is the relationship between the father and the bride.

A father is the first man that a girl will love and one day he will be the one to give her away to another... how special is that? Father's Day is not enough to give back for the rest of the 364 days out of the year, but there are many little things to do on your wedding day that will make him feel extra special. Check out some simple ways to let him know how much he means to you below:

5 Things To Do on the Morning of Your Wedding

1. Make a timeline for everything.  It may seem silly, but plan exactly when you want to wake up, eat breakfast, deliver last minute gifts, pop champagne, etc. This will not only keep you on track, but also allow for more time to relax and fully enjoy your big day!  

2. Create a playlist with songs that remind you of the fun times you’ve shared with your fiancé, friends, and family! Pumping the music while you get ready will only add to the excitement! 

3. Kick off the celebrations early with a mimosa bar! These are the fun details that make for priceless memories and great pictures! 

4. Eat something, even if you don’t feel like it. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the nerves, excitement, and craziness of the day. The last thing you want is to feel hungry or light headed during the ceremony! 

5. Enjoy being pampered by your hair/makeup artists and your friends and family! Take the time to relax and enjoy the VIP treatment. Everyone around you is there to support you and make you feel fabulous, so indulge and enjoy! 

5 Sunday Habits To Start Your Week Off Right

Are you looking to improve your productivity during the week? Increase your energy? Stay organized? Try developing these habits to eliminate the Sunday Scaries & make the most of your week!

1. Make a list of everything you'd like to get done during the week. Add smaller, more insignificant tasks to feel extra productive & efficient. Few things are more satisfying than checking things off your to-do list! 

2. Meal prep. Meal prepping is a great way to eat healthy - but it's also a smart thing to do if you have a busy week ahead! 

3. Plan something to look forward to. On Sunday, take a few minutes to plan something to look forward to later on in the week. This can be as simple as trying a new coffee shop or grabbing drinks after work with a friend. A tough week will feel like it goes by faster when you have something to be excited about! 

4. Do something fun or relaxing. Sunday is your last day of the weekend so don't spend it dreading the week ahead. Make time to relax or do something fun! 

5. Go to bed early. The best thing you can do for yourself is get some good sleep! Monday will be a lot more bearable if you're refreshed & energized.