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There’s plenty of ways to reduce your wedding stress, and we’ve put together a few tips to help you stay calm:
Stick to Being Positive
Anything is going to be better if you can maintain a positive and open outlook. Accept from Day One of your wedding planning that things can go wrong at any point and remind yourself to remain calm and carry on. If you’re able to see the funny side of things instead of fretting over it, you’re well on your way to enjoying your wedding planning every step of the way.
Set a Specific Time to Plan
Just like leaving your work in the office, wedding plans should be made at specific times and days. The reason for this is simple: when you’re constantly thinking of details concerning your wedding, you’re not going to be able to concentrate well on other important aspects of your life. This can be detrimental to your well-being and it’s definitely something you can avoid as long as you’re able to set aside a specific period for your wedding plans.
Get the Right People Involved
Unless you intend to have this as a strictly family and friends contributed affair, you’ll most likely engage external vendors for the wedding. From catering to gift packs and photographers to music and lighting, you’ll want to work with someone whom you can trust and who can deliver according to your tastes and preferences. This way, instead of worrying about every single detail, you’ll be able to leave it to the professionals and move on.
Remember to Stay Organized
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when there’s just so many details and things to remember and plan. Always maintain a note of any orders, receipts, and ideas you have in the process as you never know when you might need it again. If you’re not a fan of writing and stick-it notes, you can always use an application to organize and prioritize your activities. It’ll also be good if you can use an application that allows you to easily share with others so you won’t end up repeating yourself over and over again.
Focus on the “Why”
The reason why you’re getting married is something you should look back on when you start to feel overwhelmed with details. Take a break and look through emails and messages with your future partner and think back on happy memories together. Planning something as big as a wedding can get pretty taxing at times, but there will also be moments where you can just sit back and appreciate how far both of you have come.