What You Need Not to Worry About Planning?
As exciting as a wedding planning can be, it is also known as one of the stressful moment that you are going to encounter. It’s all too easy to lay awake at night worrying about your wedding and all the tasks you need to accomplish. Family dynamics can also become especially tense during this time, as well as pressure to adhere to certain traditions. But give yourself permission to stop worrying about some aspects of your wedding. These worries aren’t worth your stress, so calm yourself down when it comes to these things:
DIY projects you swore to finish
After you first got engaged, you probably logged onto image-sharing websites and started madly pinning all of the adorable projects that would look amazing at your wedding. But if the stress of planning has begun to build, don’t force yourself to do any DIY projects that have started to feel more like a homework assignment. If you have plenty of time to complete the projects and are confident that finishing them will be fun, not stressful, then go for it. But there’s no need to force yourself to appliqué 200 place cards if it’s only going to make you more anxious.
Wondering if your bridesmaids will love their dresses
As long as the dresses fit well and don’t make your girls feel uncomfortable, then let any minor complaints or not-so-subtle requests for a different dress roll off your back. No, these might not be dresses every lady would have chosen for herself, but this is a time when your BFFs should be supportive of your style and tastes, not finagling for a dress in their favorite color or one that show off their favorite body parts. Once you’ve decided on dresses, check that item off your to-do list and don’t let unhappy bridesmaids’ guilt you into choosing a different design.
What your guests will think of the event’s non-traditional elements.
You and your fiancé were thrilled with your decision to hire food trucks instead of a caterer at first, but now doubts have started to creep in. What if grandma doesn’t approve or your know-it-all sister complains? Remember that this is a day to celebrate you and your style as a couple, not your relatives’, and you’re allowed to do whatever will make you happy. Have confidence in your decisions and get excited about introducing your guests to your favorite things.
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