Imagine the scene – you are walking down the aisle, all your friends and family are beaming with pride and your husband-to-be is in tears.
Then suddenly you trip and fall in front of absolutely everyone you know.
Sounds like the stuff of absolute nightmares, right? Well, for newlywed Morgan Casper, it was something that almost became a reality.
Earlier this year, the TikTok star – who has amassed nearly 70,000 followers for her wedding tips – shared the one thing she wished she’d done before her big day.
In a viral video that amassed over 18,000 “likes,” Morgan explained, “Every bride needs to do this before her wedding day. I’m serious.
“Kick your partner out of the house, put on your complete outfit: the dress, the jewelry, the shoes.”
From personal experience, Morgan said she wasn’t allowed to take her own dress home until a few weeks before her big day.
And while it’s a good idea to put everything on to see how it all works together, the bride said it’s important to practice actually moving in your dress.
She continued: “You have to walk in your dress. Walk the length of your home two to three times.
“I never walked in my dress unless they changed it for a second and it was so difficult for me to walk down the aisle.”
Furthermore, Morgan said that is the case especially important if you plan to wear a veil over your face.
She added: “Put this on and run with it. I literally stumbled all the way up the aisle.
“You must practice walking in your dress, fully equipped, with the veil and all.”
Not surprisingly, other brides of late have totally agreed.
One replied: “I would also add, don’t just try to walk, try to sit too. It’s not as easy as it sounds in some clothes!”
Another added: “Sure!!! My wedding was windy and I tripped ALL the way down over my dress!!!”
“Move your arms as you walk,” replied a third. “I have a strapless dress with beads under the arms. The insides of my arms were sore from rubbing all day.”
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5442008/newlywed-tip-before-wedding-embarrassment/ I’m newly married and here’s the tip I wish I had known before I got married