Stress free wedding planning – the series
Weddings don’t have to be stressful… there, I’ve said it! But somehow, for some couples, they are. What should be a celebration of your love and a chance to spend time with those who are special to you, can turn into months of headaches, sleepless night and even confrontation. And it got me thinking, where does this stress come from? Is it pressure we put on ourselves, is it because of others and their expectations, or is it an unrealistic vision that cannot be realised? Is it because we must or should do things or is it “simply” because organising an event scares you?
Whatever the reason, what is one of the happiest times of your life (and I say one of and not the happiest day for a reason, but that’s not for today’s post) should be tarnished with feelings of overwhelm, stress and negativity. But how do you prevent it? Well, over the next few weeks I am going to draw on our own experience and others within the wedding world to write a series on how to have a stress free wedding. Because, after all, whilst it may be your first time planning a wedding, we have seen loads, so trust me when I say you’re not alone.
Stress free wedding tips…
I’ll be sharing tips and advice on choosing your style to shape your day and why it helps (I can highly recommned Flutter for beautiful inspiration as pictured above), about creating your wedding day dream team and support network (I’ll also be sharing some of my favourite wedding vendors), managing expectations (yours and others), looking at your investment and through to the morning itself.
- Your wedding style
- Your bridal support party
- Choosing your suppliers
- Your wedding budget
- Know your limits
- The week before the wedding
- The morning of the wedding
Please feel free to share your tips and advice throughout as you’re planning your wedding, I know it’ll help so many other couples. We would love to hear from you either on the blog posts or over on our Facebook / Instagram pages. And if there are any areas you would like us to cover then ask away.
Until next time,