There is no such thing as a perfect wedding but here are some things you can do to ensure your day is a memorable one. Remember perfection is probably your goal, but don’t get tied up in the little things (that will most likely catch you by surprise anyway) and remember that this day is about the memories created. Of course, you don't want major disruptions or distractions because of poor planning and preparation. On your wedding day, give yourself a good talking to and remind yourself what your wedding day is really all about.
Rehearsal: Rely on the expert. If you have a wedding planner, allow them to be in charge. If you don’t have a person designated to direct your wedding, rely on your Wedding Officiant or Wedding Minister. I will guarantee you that they have successfully arranged a wedding ceremony or two.
Children: Children are precious in weddings and if you want them in yours, include them in a way that will not make them nervous or scared. Make sure that in selecting the children to participate in the ceremony that the child is capable of following simple directions and its personality is outgoing enough to be able to master the crowd with becoming a distraction to your wedding ceremony.
Candles: Candles can make or break a ceremony! Things to consider when using candles include the length of the vail, width of the isle, and mostly winds and breezes if you are planning a beach wedding or outdoor wedding ceremony.