Post # 1
Ok girls…I’m in what I’ve been calling a “wedding Lull” So for the longest time I was so excited I was anxious all the time, had anxiety about the littlest details and could hardly sleep. My wedding is in exactly 40 days and for the past week I havnt really felt excitment. Not that I’m not excited but that I’m…..all excited out. Ive been getting lots more sleep. Not really thinking about “wedding” things and I’ve noticed I went about a week without even getting on The bee.
My attitude lately is “Yeah, I’m getting married. Whatev.” Even when I think about the day I am just thinking about it as another “To-do” on my calender.
Any other ladies so excited out that they just arnt even excited anymore???? Is this normal????
Post # 3
happens to me. burn out.
all wedding all the time is not a good way to be long term. just take a break from thinking about it and the excitement will come back
Post # 4
I think this might happen to us all. We use up our excitement reserve. I know that I go through it a lot. I’ll be uber excited and then I’m just like “eh, what ever.”
Post # 5
definitely common, i made myself take a break from planning for about a month during the xmas/new year holidays… now that i’m rounding out the last of our major planning tasks… i am going to forget about it for the next few months, until i have to start worrying/being excited about the small details in july/aug.
Post # 6
It happens to everyone. You can’t go one being completely obsessed with planning your wedding for months and months.
Post # 7
It’s a normal phase and it will pass, don’t sweat it. I remember having days where I was just sick of talking about wedding stuff. It’s good to take a break from it when that happens because you will be excited again, especially when everything starts to come together as you get closer and closer. And it really pays off when you have a loving crowd of friends and family celebrating with you and admiring all your work and planning.
Post # 8
Umm, I had several of these moments.
We took time away from wedding stuff, even if we NEEDED to get stuff done. A month and a hald before our wedding, we were so “blah” about everything. So, we took a day trip to the beach, and our rule was that we couldn’t talk about wedding stuff. It was awesome. It usually was just enough to refresh our brains. You might need a couple of days though.
Just know that on your wedding day, you’ll definitely feel excited again!
Post # 9
Im right after you and im feeling the same way! Nomore wedding nightmares, nomore stress, just waiting for the day to finally come so we can go on our honeymoon and i can finally pig out!!! I guess feeling calm and ready is better than feeling nervous and being a bridezillian wreck!
Post # 10
I recommend a bubble bath and a bottle of wine 🙂 or some other form of de-stress therapy. It’s completely normal and it will pass! Just remember what’s most important and everything will be ok!