(Closed) Wedding decision anxiety

posted 6 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
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547 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Yes, I went through 3 deferent themes and colors, from domination to none, from a group of 150 to 80, and I has such bad anxiety during all this decision making and all of them being me to do and plan I ended up going for the Destination Wedding, only 14 guest, and in another country! Most of the wedding was included and pre set at the resort I only had to and make the STD, brochures, invitations, a few choices of upgrading the reception and get everyone a gift which was easy when you know everyone will be at a beach resort. LIFE has been much nicer and emotionally kind.  LOL


Try not to over think it like I did.  Get help and be open to opinions but be careful who you ask them from LOL  I hope it works out wonderful, breath, we all go thru it. 

Post # 4
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1414 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Try to not over think it…..

Make a decision and then move on and ENJOY the wedding planning.

Best of luck to you!

Post # 5
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9 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Girl, I feel you!  We will get through this!!!

I am having dress drama right now… which one to choose!!! I even posted a poll on the board to help me choose.  It is hard even though they are small details and don’t really matter in the scheme of things.  I think we just need to take a deep breath make decisions and not look back!! Good luck– we need it!

Post # 6
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230 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I think this is a common problem. After having a minor meltdown yesterday over which stamps to put on the RSVP envelopes, I realized that it will all be ok. Most people won’t notice if every little thing isn’t perfect. They’ll just remember how happy you were on your wedding day.

After this realization, I printed one of the envelopes with the state abbreviation instead of spelling it out like I had wanted. I just put it on the stack with the rest of them and said “No one will notice”. It felt great!

Just breathe and enjoy it!

Post # 8
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2692 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Try not to overthink things too much, it’ll all be Ok.  And it’ll be less stress too if you just go with a more laid back attitude.

I haven’t had any major meltdowns or anxiety yet.  Hoping I won’t.  I do worry about certain aspects, but making a decision is not an issue for me.  I know what I want and what i don’t and if I have a couple of ideas that are the same, i go with the cheapest and easiest option LOL.  

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