Yoga, chamomile tea, deep breathing, massage, a walk outdoors (try to get some outdoor time every day), making brownies, lavender anything – soap, candles, lotion, essential oils, etc, getting plenty of sleep (no late nights on wedding bee!), laugh – watch your favorite comedian on you tube.
Go through worst-case scenarios and ask yourself what are you really afraid of, and will it be that bad if it happens, and is it likely to even happen. (Like: Baker forgets the cake. Bad? Yes. Likely? No. Will you get a refund? Definitely. Can you then spend that money on new shoes post wedding? Of course. Will it be a funny story to tell people? Absolutely.)
Peppermint and ginger for the stomach. Candied ginger will help with the nausea, peppermint tea might too. Force yourself to eat crackers or toast.
Farm out responsibilities. Cut somethings that just don’t need to be done. (We never got around to making a perfect must-play list, for instance).
Try on your wedding dress and spin around like a pretty princess.
Call a friend who got married recently and won’t be bored by wedding details and will understand what you are going through.
Hug your fiance.
Make a list of everything you love about him.
Plan for AFTER the wedding. It’ll help you remember life goes on. I mean, not honeymoon or buying a house or anything like that. But like “hey, on Tuesday, let’s go to that new burrito place.”
Look through your parent’s wedding album. Ask your grandparent’s stories about their weddings.
Stop reading wedding blogs.
If you haven’t done yoga before, this is a really easy sequence and seriously helps me fall asleep. http://www.eternity-yoga.com/yoga-moon-salutation.html