I D'oh! Wedding Worries Worth Avoiding

It might be one of the most exciting times of your life, but with that high energy can come plenty of stress. Last minute switches, the feel of time slipping through your fingers, and feeling like the whole world rests on your shoulders can really make planning a wedding feel impossible. But here are a few ways you can give yourself a little more space to relax.

The Countdown
The first rule of planning a wedding is to give yourself plenty of time to do it. If you can structure how you use your time from now till then, you’re a lot less likely to encounter that “crunch time” at the end that feels like the world is collapsing around you. Give yourself at least 9 months to plan and make use of apps like bridebook.co.uk/ that can help you split that time looking at different tasks. You don’t need to feel like you’re spinning a hundred plates at once.

The Planning Panic
Nor do you feel like you have to do it all on your own. You should talk to your future husband about the fact that you’re going to approach this as a team. Traditionally, the bride holds the keys to the veto, but if you’re willing to share a little power you can get a lot more done in a lot less time. Don’t forget to let the bridesmaids in on the non-critically sensitive details, either.

The Switcheroo
You might make all those plans early, but there’s still a chance that a venue or vendor might let you down. Not only is it a nightmare, it’s an expensive one. If it’s close to the wedding, all the prices will have gone up since you first made your decision. That’s why using plans from places like wedinsure.co.uk might be a smart idea. You can immediately get the cash to fix any last-minute switches without entirely losing your deposit.

No Breathing Room
A big part of taking more time to plan the wedding is to ensure that you have the occasional weeks where you can think about nothing wedding related and catch your breath. One way to keep your wedding life and your pre-wedding life separate is to keep all your wedding business on a separate email account. It also ensures you won’t lose any important correspondence amongst your daily inbox influx.

Disagreements and Opinions
Everyone has an opinion and you have to get used to standing firm for your own. When it comes to family members, there might be some strong disagreements, too. If you want a religious wedding, a non-religious wedding, a non-traditional approach, you need to let them know early. As telegraph.co.uk will tell you, leaving close family out can be a real cause for headaches. 

The sooner you start thoroughly organising your approach, the more stress you save in the long run. It’s always going to be something of a hassle and it’s always going to feel like too much now and then. But the tips above should make sure those episodes a few and far-between.

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