According to People, Jennifer Aniston ”is crazy about Justin [Theroux] and can’t wait to be his wife.” A source tells the magazine that “she plans on privately changing her name to Theroux. She likes the way it sounds and jokes that [Jennifer Theroux] sounds very posh.” The source also spilled the beans about the couple already having their wedding bands designed and Aniston already having a wedding dress in mind. Plus, the twosome have set a date. The two lovebirds got engaged on August 10, 2012 when Theroux popped the question while they were celebrating his 41st birthday.
What are some last-minute ways to prepare for your wedding?
Planning a wedding calls for a great deal of organization and work. Time seems to be running out, but your to-do list keeps getting longer and longer. When you are down to the last-minute preparations, what are some things you can do to make sure it all goes well? Cupid has some suggestions for you.
1. Plan your outfits in advance: Get your wedding ensemble ready to go by making sure every accessory, including your jewelry, veil and shoes, are all in one place. Lay them out in the room where you’ll be getting ready, and you won’t have to worry about forgetting anything. It’s also smart to plan your outfits for other weekend activities, like the bridesmaids’ luncheon, rehearsal dinner and Sunday brunch.
2. Prepare an emergency kit: Put together an emergency kit for your big day. Include a sewing kit, extra money, portable iron, makeup, hair brush, hair spray, tissues, camera, breath mints, tape and safety pins. This way, you’ll have a quick fix for any situation.
3. Stay in communication: Go over all of the wedding details with your family and friends, and make sure everyone is on the same page. If you have forgotten something, turn to your Maid of Honor or mother for help. Assign different responsibilities to different people so that no one – including you! – feels overwhelmed.
What are some last-minute ways to prep for your wedding day? Comment below and let us know!
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