Wedding Day Bliss – 5 Things You Need To Know

Your stomach will growl…


…if you don’t eat breakfast! With all those butterflies in your stomach, the thought of eating might be a little nauseating, but it’s definitely worse to feel and hear your tummy snarling hungrily through the ceremony and photos. Hunger inevitably hikes up the stress level, so keep it simple, and chow down on a bagel, some cereal, or a granola bar. Speaking of food, make sure you get to enjoy your reception nosh too, before you start getting distracted by guests and dancing!

Your hands will sweat…

…which doesn’t sound like a big deal until you try to slip a ring onto your finger! Unless you’re getting married outside in the dead of winter, chances are you’ll be warmer than usual, your fingers will swell a little, and that ring might need a little extra tug. But don’t worry! It will be the perfect later on, so laugh it off, and you’ll have a good story to tell.

The candid moments are the best…

…in spite of the long, complex conversations you’ve had – or will have – with your wedding photographer. Yes, the formal pics with every last family member, including Great Aunt Muriel, are important, but don’t let them overwhelm you on the big day. Your favorite photos will probably be the ones where you’re laughing with your honey, sharing a private moment, or doing something silly. The last thing you want are photos of yourself with bugged out eyes from stress (though there might be at least one!).

You’ll need a moment to escape…

…because if you don’t take a few deep breaths to calm down and take it all in, you’ll forget the best moments. Weddings are a whirlwind of activity, and it’s easy to get caught up in the frenzy. There’ll be unexpected happenstances and a handful of surprises, but try with all your might to keep your cool. Force yourself to frequently breathe deeply so you can create the best memories of every detail of the best day of your life.

It’s all about you and your honey…

…despite all the wedding planning you throw yourself into. Technically, you don’t need anything, not even the rings, to get married, besides love for the person you’re marrying and someone to marry you both. While it may be important to you to be a good host to your guests and create a beautiful wedding day with all the bells and whistles, remember in the end that it’s about the two of you. On the day, you’ll be pulled a thousand different directions by family, friends, vendors, and details, but grab every chance you get to hold your honey’s hand and look into their eyes. Those will be the moments you remember the most.

Planning a stress free wedding day

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