4 Ways to Deal with Wedding Stress


4 Ways to Deal with Wedding Stress
Getting married should be fun! With these tips it'll be a stress-free affair.

4. Be Prepared: Remind yourself that you are expecting the best, but preparing for the worst. If you are worried about the "What If's" on your big day, like inclimate weather, a guest getting sick, a bridesmaid with a last-minute emergency, or a pimple on your forehead… know that these things can happen. Hopefully, they won’t; but having realistic expectations and a Plan B (and even a Plan C) allows you to enjoy the process... and most importantly-- your wedding itself.  

What's your biggest stress in planning your big day?

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