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  • Writer's pictureDan Obermann

How to destress while planning your wedding

Wedding planning can be an incredibly stressful time for any couple. With so many decisions to make and things to juggle, it's no wonder that brides and grooms often find themselves feeling overwhelmed. If you're currently in the midst of planning your own wedding, here are a few tips to help you keep your cool and avoid getting stressed out.

1. Create a budget and stick to it.

One of the quickest ways to get stressed out while wedding planning is by overspending. To avoid this, sit down with your partner and create a budget for the entire wedding. Then, do your best to stick to it. There are bound to be a few unexpected expenses along the way, but if you're mindful of your spending, you'll be in good shape.

2. Delegate, delegate, delegate.

Another surefire way to get stressed out while wedding planning is by trying to do everything yourself. If you have family and friends who are willing to help, take them up on their offer! Delegate tasks like addressing invitations, assembling welcome bags, or collecting RSVPs. Not only will this lighten your load, but it will also give your loved ones a way to feel involved in the wedding planning process.

3. Make time for yourself (and your fiancé).

It's easy to get so caught up in wedding planning that you forget to take care of yourself. Be sure to schedule some time for self-care and make it a priority throughout the process. This could mean getting regular massages, taking a yoga class once a week, or simply taking some time each day to relax and breathe deeply. And don't forget about quality time with your fiancé! Planning a wedding can put a strain on even the strongest relationships, so be intentional about spending time together and reconnecting on a regular basis.

4 Trust your vendors.

If you've done your research and hired reputable vendors, trust that they will do their jobs well on the day of the event. Of course, it's important to stay in communication with them leading up to the big day, but on the actual day itself, try not to micromanage every little detail. This is their area of expertise, after all, so let them do what they do best!

Wedding planning doesn't have to be all doom and gloom! Yes, it's true that there's a lot of work involved in putting together a successful event—but it can also be a fun and exciting process (and one that you'll look back on fondly for years to come). By following these simple tips, you can avoid getting stressed out while still enjoying the ride!

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