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Bridal Tips 3 ways for brides to avoid pre-wedding stress

Here is how to cut out unnecessary stress in the few days/weeks leading to your wedding.

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3 ways for brides to avoid pre-wedding stress


The amount of thorough planning required for a flawless wedding is actually very great.

If you add the effort required to execute these plans, a bride could end up being so tired, stressed out and unable to even enjoy the big day she's always wanted.

To do away with this stress, all you need do is follow these steps listed below:


This is the biggest rule in the book. You can’t do all by yourself, and as a matter of fact, you don’t necessarily have to do much.

play You need to let people help if they want to, as you prepare for your big day (FOBB)


People will be willing to help, and you totally totally have to let them.

Be careful however, to delegate duties to only trusted and efficient people. No matter how eager they appear, do not delegate responsibilities to friends/family members who have a record of messing things up or not being on time.


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Take a break

Run away, get out of town for few days if you can... just stay away from the rowdiness and the incessant questions and phonecalls.

Get yourself some massage, or other activities that will help you relax.

You can’t afford to look weak and worn out at your own wedding.

play You need to be at optimum glow ahead of your big day; so no stressing! (Pinterest)



Another option is to stay in solitude, or with very few trusted friends, without having to worry about what is happening and what is not.

The decision to let vendors and volunteers do what they are required to do without your interference will help, too.

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