You've picked up your tux, you've practiced the ceremony, you've had the rehearsal dinner … now what? You know it's not a good idea to get loaded on the night before your wedding, even if you're feeling extremely nervous — or giddy. Still, you've got eighteen hours to fill between now and the ceremony.
Take the time to touch base with your fiancée tonight. As the wedding countdown draws to a close, the two of you may find that you've been so crazy busy, you've hardly had time to speak to each other. Now's the time to make sure both of you are completely
Above all, savor this moment — the anticipation, the excitement, the nervousness. Soon all of this will be a memory, and life will settle into routine. You'll forget how insane things seemed right before the wedding and you'll choose to remember how eager you were to get to the church on time.
If your bride has the jitters, there may not be much that you can do to settle her down. Some brides lose it in a fit of tears and nervous energy the night before the wedding. Even if you can't stop her emotional roller-coaster ride, you can offer her your support and remind her that you can't wait to be her husband. Sometimes just being there is all you need to do.
Make some memories now — hold hands, talk about the future, or just cuddle up and sit quietly. Tomorrow (and tomorrow and tomorrow) is waiting for you.