A wedding is an unforgettable event. It will also count as one of the most important events in your life. This is a time when you will start a different journey with your soul mate. Because of the grandeur and importance attached to a wedding event, the people involved are under pressure to make the wedding a grand success.
The people who can get most affected are the bride and groom themselves. There will be so much to do. Planning invitations and delivering them, calling people over, arranging for the bachelor’s party, arranging hotel rooms, getting the flower decoration design, deciding on the wedding gowns and suits, selecting the dress for the bridesmaid and the suit for the grooms best man, deciding on the menu, deciding on the location, deciding on the time and so on.
It is common for people to feel the pre-wedding stress that they actually reduce the interest to get married. They get disheartened and frustrated with the sudden hectic lifestyle, and by the time they are about to get married, they would have been stressed out to enjoy the event.
So how do you cope up with pre-wedding stress? Here’s how.
– Get enough sleep every day leading up to your wedding. Sleep is a natural stress buster. You can think clearly and objectively with adequate sleep.
– Make a timetable and post it on the bulletin board in your room. Prioritize what needs to be done today, and every day of the week. Doing things at random, will only aggravate stress levels.
– Take a week off from work before your wedding. This will be a perfect time for you to make those last minute arrangements.
– Talk to your partner and find out his / her opinion on certain things. You don’t want to be making the decisions solely, and later get it changed because your partner didn’t like it. Try to arrive at concrete decisions on everything. Be it the dinner menu, the location, the music, the invite list etc
– If you are on a budget, then listen to your prudence than people. Make practical decisions. Will you be able to pay of a huge marriage loan?