There is no doubt that weddings can be stressful – the planning, co-ordination and financial pressures involved can turn the most serene bride-to-be into what has commonly become known as ‘Bridezilla’.
Although, wedding planning is thought to be the happiest time in a couple’s lives, but for many, dealing with anxiety related to their upcoming nuptials can make it an incredibly taxing experience. The high expectations that society places on these events puts a lot of pressure on the couple. People come expecting a classy affair with good music, dancing, delicious food, a variety of drinks, heartfelt and entertaining toasts, tasteful favors, a beautiful bride, and much more. The pressure to be perfect on this day puts a great deal of pressure on the bride- and groom-to-be.
Your wedding will be the most eventful and cherished memory of your life. And so before your wedding day, you really need to calm your nerves. Let’s give you some tips on how to keep yourself calm before saying “I Do”:
One brilliant way to keep up with all that is happening around you is to keep a schedule ready. Make use of technology to store all important information at one place. And stick to it!
Always have an emergency kit at hand, it could include safety pins, bobby pins and hair styling and makeup products ready.
Your wedding is going to be hectic; this is no excuse to skip food. Not eating right can make you feel tired, lethargic and woozy. Have carbs and proteins and foods high in fibre to keep yourself full.
Squeeze in some time so you can call up your fiancé and see how he’s doing. Share a joke, laugh a little.
A few hitches here and there don’t really matter. Remember, whatever happens won’t matter ten years from now when you would be fondly the best moments of your wedding day.