For Brides And Grooms 4 ways to ease off stress as you plan your wedding

In the end, we have bridezillas and groomzillas as a result of stress from planning a wedding on their own

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Happy bride and Groom

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Planning wedding is one of the most stressful things ever, many brides and groom-to-bes rarely seek help from wedding planners.

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Angry bride

 

In the end, we have bridezillas and groomzillas as a result of stress from planning a wedding on their own.

READ: 18 cute ring bearers who'll make you love weddings more

Inspired by Brides.com, here are certain things engaged couples can do to ease their stress:

1. Eat some carbohydrate-heavy foods: It may sound like a bad advice but here's the thing, even if you've been trying to fit into that dress or suit by losing weight, it means you'll greatly cut down on your carbohydrate intake but according to dietitians, slashing too much can increase your stress level because you'll be doing too many activities. Foods like potatoes and oats will help a lot.

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Stressed out bride freaking out

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2. Do little chores: Chores that'll take your mind off the wedding planning would help. Mindless chores like washing plates can help relieve stress by decreasing your nervousness.

READ: 6 important sex questions to ask each other before the wedding

3. Decrease use of social media: Spending more time on social media can increase your stress more than ever. You could get more depressed and envious when checking bridal items on social media especially if you are on a tight budget. A break from all social media platforms would help you.

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Angry Bride

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4. Have more sex: For couples who decide not to wait for their day, sex could be a good sex reliever. Apart from the stress relieving part, you both would become closer.

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