(Closed) overwhelmed

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
412 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Just do as much as you can before the actual day of your wedding. You also will need to find someone (an aunt, uncle, cousin, etc.) that is not in your wedding party to help set up the morning of. Do as little as possible the day of your wedding or else you will end up being super stressed! Also I suggest trying to avoid having your mother, father, or future inlaws in charge or anything the day of. Putting the pressure on one of them will stress them out too! Or have you ever thought of hiring a day of coordinator? If it’s in your budget it may be worth it just to eliminate stress / worries the day of! 🙂

Post # 4
1866 posts
Buzzing bee

@javachic:  Planning a wedding is definitely overwhelming, no matter how organized you are.  don’t worry babe, you’re not alone.  When is your wedding?  I think it’s key to have a checklist and a timeline so you can get things done one at a time instead of waiting until the end and feeling overwhelmed.  

Also, on your big day you absolutely should not have to do any of the setting up!  You should find friends and/or family members to help out.  You could also hire a day of wedding coordinator, have you considered that?

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