Posts tagged wedding planning
Stressed? 5 Steps to Calm Bridezilla

Those that say planning a wedding is all fun NEVER planned one.

When planning my own years ago, stress was a HUGE understatement. So much to do. So little time. And trying to balance every day life on top of it all seemed impossible.

But I don’t have to tell you all about the stress of Bride life. If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you’re in deep!

Have you ever noticed it’s little things that can set you off? You’re probably wondering with everything on your plate if it’s even possible to quiet the inner Bridezilla that threatens to rear her ugly head at every turn?

Take a break, grab a coffee and keep reading girl, because today I’m going to share the 5 steps to calm Bridezilla!

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6 Reasons Why a Same-Day Rehearsal Makes Sense

There are 2 words to keep in mind when planning your wedding.

No Rules.

So, what does that mean?

Years ago, there were things brides would do for no better reason than the fact that it was always done that way. For example, father’s always gave away the bride, the minister would always say, “Is there anyone here who feels this couple should not be joined as husband and wife?” and wedding rehearsals were always the night before the wedding.

Today, it’s all about what makes sense, or what the couple wants for their day, as it should be!

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The Belief That Leaves Brides Stuck Every Time

If you’re planning your own wedding (as most Brides do these days), you may find yourself overwhelmed. And with all the details that go into a wedding big or small, it’s no wonder!

And no doubt you’ll get plenty of input from your friends, family, even your future Mother-in-law on everything from where to have the wedding and reception to the elements of your wedding ceremony.

Those that give you unsolicited advice truly mean well, and there might be times you’ll feel like your own wedding will end up being about what everyone else wants, and not what you want.

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