Your boyfriend asked you to marry him. Of course, you said yes! Took him long enough to see what a 'catch' he had. Well congratulations are in order; here's to the new bride and groom!
Now you have a wedding to plan right, aargh!
And...Yes, you have to put everything down on paper...tally the costs...listen to your husband-to-be say "Whatever you like sweetie" for the 10th time...watch your guest list increase from 30 to say 150?...try to convince your mother that, the cousin whom you've never ever seen, really doesn't have to be at your wedding! And the list goes on...
Okay, maybe you'll sail smoother than most, but when the seas get rocky - and it will get rocky - grab on to my lifeline why don't you? I really think you'll find my tips useful. From one bride to another..."I've been there, done that!"
Welcome to the first in a series of 10 Wedding Survival Tips. These are things I learned as I planned my own wedding, and I hope you find them useful.
Please let me know if there's any other way I can help. I love weddings!
Jen's Wedding Survival Tip #1
Embrace that Stress, Love that Anxiety
It's inevitable. Planning your wedding will cause you a little, if not tons, of anxiety. No one is immune.
So what to do? Before you dunk your head in aromatherapy oil or try to mantra your stress away, don't bother. Anxiety is an annoying mosquito of a wedding reality that you just have to accept. The good news is that you can make anxiety work for you. Or you can at least work around it. Here's how:
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