How NOT to be Stressed during Wedding Planning and Preparations
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Yes, getting married is something to be happy and excited about. Sealing your love with your future life partner, in front of the holy matrimony is something that many of us dream to do. Now that you are about to embark on the journey called marriage, you cannot help but feel ecstatic and excited especially about the wedding day.
However, it is necessary to remember that weddings are not just about fun, they require intense planning and preparations that often cause stress on the couple, particularly on the bride. Here are some great tips on how to avoid stress and ensure that you look dazzling and fresh on your big day
It is true what they say, the early bird catches the worm. In this case, the early bride gets more rewards and fewer headaches. Do not wait the last minute until you start looking for caterer, photographer, florist, and so on. It is a must that you start as early as you and your partner decide to get married. Planning will not be achieved overnight but starting early will help you avoid various problems and mishaps.
Make a Checklist
With so many things to take care for the wedding, it is so easy to experience information overload. Instead of attempting to make a mental note of everything, you should create a comprehensive checklist complete with lists of to-do’s and schedules so that you do not miss out anything important. Nothing can stress you more than finding out on your actual wedding day that you forgot something vital for the event.
You are a bride, you are not a superwoman. If you try to do everything, you would end up looking haggard on the day that you are supposed to look your best. Your family and friends are willing to help you, all you have to do is ask. Make sure you delegate tasks fairly and that you give thank you gifts afterwards to show your gratitude.
Have a Beauty Rest
Don’t forget to get some beauty rest days or weeks before your big day. Eat the proper diet (to ensure that you fit into your gown), sleep early (to eradicate those big circles around your eyes), pamper yourself (by going to the spa, getting a manicure) and do relaxing exercises like yoga.
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff
What, the saxophonist cannot make it? Instead of stressing over the smallest details, try to remember the things that you should happy about in the first place. The man you are marrying is the best friend you’ve ever had. He is more than enough reason to be happy. Whether you have a perfect wedding or not, what matters more is the life you are going to share together as a married couple.
There are so many things to include in your wedding day but please make sure that STRESS is not one of them. Minimize stress by following these fabulous tips and see to it that you have fun on this special occasion.