How to Direct a Wedding Rehearsal?

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A wedding rehearsal is typically directed by the officiate or the wedding planner. A successful wedding rehearsal will walk participants through the event, providing opportunity to members to practice speeches, readings or performances, getting comfortable with the timing of each part of the ceremony. Make suggestions on how to respond if things don't go as planned and recommend back-up plans.
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When directing a wedding rehearsal you will want to get everyone in their place and go through the entire ceremony in order to allow everyone a chance to ask questions and understand what to do.
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