Wedding Worries

A wedding is just a worry in general, isn’t it? Right from the moment, your partner gets off their knee you begin to think about absolutely everything involved with planning a wedding. It can become a nightmare really fast. The key thing you need to do is stay calm and take your time with the planning. You want everything to be perfect on the day, but everything won’t be perfect on the day if you’re stressing all the while. So sit back, relax, and take a look at these ways to combat wedding worries.

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Venue

The venue is definitely up there with the biggest worry of the wedding day. The venue can make or break the wedding. So, sit down with your partner and have a chat about what type of venue you’d like it to be for the actual ceremony. Do you want an indoor or outdoor wedding? In your home country or abroad? Traditional church themed or something a little more quirky? There’s just so many to chose from. There are some beautiful venues online that you can look at such as Casa Loma. Once you’ve decided on a theme, you need to decide where you want it to be. Collect a handful of locations and ask for a tour around. If the venue knows you’re interested in hosting your wedding there they usually offer a walk around for you to get a feel of the venue.

Dress

Arguably the most stressful part of wedding planning. The dress has to be perfect in order for you to feel good about yourself. You’ll most likely have an idea in your head of the design that you’d like. But as you start dress hunting this might change a little. There are some truly stunning designs produced by designers all over the world. So if you don’t already have an idea of what you’d like then do a little shopping around. One thing that’s really important with dress shopping is the size. The dress might be perfect for you 6 months before the wedding, but if your weight fluctuates you need to make sure you go back for it to be tailored. Don’t just try the wedding dress on the night before the wedding or you’re just asking for a disaster. Try it on a week beforehand so you’re giving enough time for it to be adjusted.

Bridesmaids

This part can be a little bit more stressful than you realise. If you have a lot of friends and close family, it can be hard to chose who you want in your bridesmaids line up. You obviously can’t have everybody, so chose a handful of people who you’d really cherish on your line up. It might a time where some people’s feelings are hurt, so if you feel this may happen just chat to the people who you haven’t chose and explain why. You can then focus on the chosen bridesmaids and how you’re going to tell them. There have been some really cool ideas floating around on the internet such as this one here. But make it unique to your wedding!

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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

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