2) Help out the bride with whatever she needs. And set up your own transportation home and your own lodging.
3) Use your hair style and accessories to be yourself if you're wearing a matching dress. You'll be more comfortable.
4) Don't carry or bring too much, don't expect wedding planners to carry things for you. Your make-up will last all evening.
5) When you're walking down the aisle, don't walk too fast. Keep your head up. Don't look at the camera. Look around, smile, take it in!
6) Try not to take too many iPhone photos. Enjoy the day.
7) If you're giving a speech, keep it to three minutes and under five minutes. Avoid inside jokes or anything that would make you cringe later. Keep it classy, heartfelt and inspiring.
8) Be sensible about footwear. You might need some comfy flats for the end of the evening. Save the flip flops for the dance floor, they don't look good in photos.
9) Help get the party started on the dance floor (who else is going to do it?)
10) Never stop smiling.
Event Planner: Jamie Sears, A Simply Chic Event
Ceremony & Reception: National Museum of Women in the Arts
Caterer: Design Cuisine
Calligraphy: Arney Walker
Florals: Philippa Tarrant Floral Design