(Closed) Wedding stress

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
8044 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

Try and put things into perspective. Obviously wedding planning is stressful, and you want everything to be perfect… but in the end, your wedding day is about the marriage and nothing else. If something goes wrong then as long as you get married, it’s not that big of a deal. In the end it is only one day, and you won’t remember little details.

One thing I try to do is to focus on what I can control vs. worrying about what I can’t control. Is there something specific that is bothering you or do you just feel overwhelmed in general? Try to pinpoint your stress. Try to take a break from thinking about the wedding and do something you enjoy.

Post # 4
Member
584 posts
Busy bee

HI DATE TWIN!!!! Laughing

First, you should check out the Month Twins, Sept. 2012 boards for more help from us Sept. brides who are literally experiencing the exact same thing you are.

Second, I made a list of every. single. thing. that I had to do for the wedding regardless of how big or small it was in a word document.  Then I broke it into (I started this last month) 3 Months Out, 2 Months Out, 1 Month Out, and WEEK OF.  I moved all the list around so that they were in their respective places.  That way, you can focus your brain on what you need to do now, and ignore what you don’t need to do just yet.  After I did this and started crossing things off the list, I felt SO MUCH relief.  All my wedding nightmares have stopped and I feel much more relaxed.

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