(Closed) cracking under last-minute pressure

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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4194 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry

Take a deep breath (or take 50 deep breaths.). And remember- all you need on your wedding day is your groom and the officiant (and your license). Most of this other stuff that stresses us out is just gravy. Take a look at your list again and see if you can cut things out.

Will Fiance do better if you say “Honey, I really need your help- can you please do A and B for me today?”

Take a bath, have a glass of wine, and try to relax! 🙂

Post # 5
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926 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

*Breathe*  This is normal.  I was a BASKETCASE 3 weeks from my 38 person wedding.  It was teeny tiny compared to yours, but still stressful.  

Try to give your friends a call and talk about something non-wedding related, go for a workout or yoga class, if you like.  It will all be over in two weeks, and as long as you don’t go all bridezilla on them, those friends will totally still be your friends after the wedding is over.  Even if they’ve never been a bride, once they see you so happy, they’ll understand and everything will go back to normal.  

I’m serious. I’m 5 days post-wedding, and it’s like every ounce of stress faded away the moment I saw him standing there.  

Also, *breathe*

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