As a bride, it seems natural that you would stress over the many details involved with planning your wedding. Stress may cause you to be fatigued during the planning stages or even on your wedding day. Although the overall process and event require much planning, there are many details that you should not stress over! Keep in mind these 7 things and make sure to be well rested, relaxed and happy on your important day.
Selective Guest List:
Don’t stress about inviting every single person you’ve met. Invite the people that absolutely mean the most to you and your spouse. You must consider your budget and venue while making your guest list.
A Friend Who Couldn’t Make It:
You might get a last minute notification that one of your friends is unable to attend your wedding. As disappointing as this may be, understand that sometimes life gets in the way. Don’t stress about this. Your wedding day is shared among friends and family, but it is mainly a happy day for you and your spouse.
The weather might bring some complications on your wedding day, however, sadly to say, it is something no one can control! The best thing to do is to be prepared for whatever Mother Nature wants to bring. Have a plan for the rain or snow that may cause a ruckus, and if it does decide to appear, you’ll already be prepared and stress-free.
Behavior of Your Guests:
Don’t stress about your estranged cousin going off on one of their temper tantrums, or your siblings who always tend to make a scene. On a positive note, usually on very important days, people tend to be on their best behavior.
A Stain on Your Wedding Dress:
While this may be heart breaking, this issue shouldn’t change your mood for the day. Your wedding planner or coordinator will more than likely be prepared with a wedding-day survival kit and a stain removal pen just in case. Have one of your hostesses or wedding planner give clear instructions to your guest to save hugs and kisses until after official photographs.
Don’t stress if you do not start your walk down the aisle at exactly the time indicated on your invitations, your planner probably already incorporated some time anyways in case you guys were running late. Your guests are excited and happy for you and will not be upset by a 10-15 minute delay. All is forgotten once you say “I do.”
Don’t stress if you are not able to afford a honeymoon right after your big day. One thing to remember the most “is NOT to go into debt” after your special day. Go on your honeymoon when you can absolutely afford it and when you can actually enjoy being there. You don’t want to be there stressing how to pay for it.
Jess or Lucy (305) 333-8878
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