Take the Stress Out From All That Wedding Planning
Planning a wedding can be pretty stress-inducing what with sorting out the budget, the search for the perfect location and not to mention outfits, the countless errands and meetings with all those involved and the list goes on and on and on. But who's to say that you can't add a whole dash of fun in place of a whole lot of stress in this journey to your big day?
One great way to take the stress out of wedding planning is to simply take a step back from it all and take a break. Time may be of the essence especially when there's so much involved in planning a wedding but think of it this way: if you're stressed, you get flustered and you might just end up making the wrong decisions or messing things up and you wouldn't want to, say, be sending out invites to the wrong addresses. Unwind with a picnic or a quiet evening with your better half, for starters. This way, you'll not only get to move away from the stress of wedding planning for a little bit but you'll also get to spend some quality time psyching both you and your partner up with thoughts of your future together.
Alternatively, you could take up dance classes with your future husband. These dance classes are a great way to sweat out the stress in addition to bonding with your other half and not to mention, keep the stress pounds from piling on! Enrolling into a dance class will also help when it comes to both your debut dance as an officially married couple.
For even more added fun and less stress, why not head to a nail salon or a spa with your bridesmaids? Schedule an appointment for a manicure, pedicure, facial, massage or even all of the above a couple of days before the big day so that you'll all look and feel rejuvenated and refreshed. Or you can have your own spa party at home!
And remember, you're not alone in this journey so don't shoulder everything on your own. Assign different tasks to different people like your partner, his best men, your best ladies and both your parents. You may feel that you know what's best for your own wedding but trust in the fact that these people know that the approaching big day means a lot to the both of you and that they will not risk having anything spoiling it either. Furthermore, this division of workload, alongside the aforementioned ways, will help keep the stress at bay.
Posted by Anna K.