You might have read the title of this article and thought ‘OK, so how is that even possible? How on earth am I supposed to stop stressing and worrying about the wedding day, especially the week or the night before it happens?’ Well, that’s a good point you raise! To begin with, it’s important to say that you’re never going to be rid of those nerves, nor stop them. But you can settle them. This means you can manage them and focus on the elements which really matter. After all, it’s not as if you’ll be struggling for things to do or take care of, during the practical planning for the day’s events.
Of course, almost all of a great wedding procession is focused on the planning. So, consider:
The Big Implements First
Getting the larger difficulties out of the way can help you focus on all of the smaller circumstances that you might need to take care of, and are less important. It’s important to book the catering service and to figure out who you’ll use as your backup. It’s not as important to consider how well the centrepiece will be made for the bridal table. It’s important to consider how your wedding outfit will look. It’s perhaps not as important to ensure all of the bridesmaids accessories are perfect just yet. When you work on the bigger items first, the decisions you make can inform the smaller ones.
Using Competent Services
Using competent services to help you plan the wedding can help through every single implement you might want to apply. For example, you might decide to follow a wedding trends guide, look through a list of reputable suppliers, or go through a third party to book the location. It all depends on your preference, but services like this can often help tie things up in a little bow for you, helping you stress less about every single implement that you may or may not forget.
Try Not To Worry
Now this header sounds like a complete and total joke. Since when in the history of worrying has ‘try not to worry’ ever helped anything? Of course though, if you were offered a guaranteed chance of this working, you would likely attempt it once more. Trying not to worry means looking at the facts of the situation. If you have six people in your family helping you plan things and you have the location sorted and your backups considered, not to mention your service providing assistance and most of all the love of the person you hope to marry, you have everything possible. This sounds controversial to say – but a wedding is after all, a luxury. Of course, the act of getting married is absolutely your RIGHT, but a grand affair with all of your family, the decorations and all of the trimmings is really, a nice to have. You can always delay. You can always postpone. You can always rearrange. So even if something goes very wrong, you can always, always try again.
So hopefully, with these simple tips, settling those wedding nerves as much as you can, should help the process along the way.