When you’re making the schedule for your wedding day – one of the things you’ll want to do is actually planning and scheduling about 10-15 minutes of quiet, private time for the two of you. I know – it’s a super busy day and you have lots of people waiting, wanting, hoping to spend a few minutes with you.

But it’s also really easy – too easy to let the day slip by without ever actually connecting with your partner. So it’s very important to make the time to be together. Really be together – without your photographer or videographer. Don’t worry – our feelings won’t be hurt (well maybe mine will – but I’ll get over it!)

In Jewish tradition – this time is called the Yichud (seclusion) – and I think it’s a great idea for EVERYONE. Your wedding day is going to be crazy and everyone’s going to be trying to pull you two apart so they can get a moment with you, do this to make sure that at least one part of your day is actually YOUR DAY together.

Alright – if I don’t see you on your day, have a great wedding and I’ll talk to you later.

Sarah & Tetsuro | Wedding Planner Stella Harper Events


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