Your wedding is your first chance to plan it. Don’t be a bridezilla! You can keep your cool and make the day fun and stress-free for yourself and your guests.
Your bridal party is one of the most important assets you have when planning your wedding. Although it may be tempting to ask family members from other states to help, it is best to have at least one person nearby who can help with the details of your wedding planning. These people will be there for you when you need them, whether it’s 200 gift boxes to make, a bride who is too short, or a mother-in-law who is unruly. You need people who will support you throughout the entire process.
It is important to start planning as soon as possible. Planning a wedding within three months can be stressful. Allowing yourself to plan for a year allows you to spread the work out and not feel overwhelmed. You can delegate as much work as possible if you are forced to plan a wedding in a short time frame. Instead of trying to plan everything yourself, get help from your family, friends, and future spouse.
You don’t have to be stressed if you get too involved in planning your wedding. It is a day for you and your spouse to celebrate their love. It is only one day, so try to put things in perspective. It doesn’t matter if the napkins aren’t the right color or if dinner is delayed twenty minutes. Relax and have fun and you’ll have a memorable day.