From the Brides Perspective
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is back with bonus tips from the brides perspective to start off the month of May.
Bonus Tip #1: Sort Out Disagreements
This is a biggie and it is an unfortunate reality for many weddings.
Family, friends and even neighbors (pretty much everyone) will have their own expectation and opinion of your wedding day – whether they have been married or not – which could lead to hurt feelings or disagreements.
After reading real wedding advice from hundreds of brides on Love & Lavender, and having experienced this myself, I can’t stress this enough: make sure you and your partner are on the same page regarding each others wants for your wedding day and stick to your guns.
You will never make everyone happy, and nor should you try. It is important to consider family and friend’s feelings to make the process as peaceful as possible. Communication is key, but a lot of time people get caught up in little details that don’t matter when the big day finally arrives.
Each wedding scenario is different and families have different dynamics. I think if there is something that you both feel strongly about for your wedding day, and it really matters to you, communicate that point as best you can.
Bonus Tip #2: Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help
Your friends and family are there to help you before, during, and after your wedding day. They want to help! Delegate the appropriate jobs to people who have the skills, and watch them do a good job. All the major planning should be in place the week leading up to your wedding (Easier said than done).
If there are a lot of last minute things to do, ask for help. The week leading up to the wedding should be relaxing and not stressful with tons of outstanding tasks.
Tip: Have a cut off point and stick to it. You can live without last minute DIY. If you don’t get it done, your wedding will still be a smashing success!
Bonus Tip #3: You are not Super Woman
Just because it is the week leading up to your wedding day doesn’t mean you can’t get sick or hurt yourself. Stress can come in many different forms. If you want proof, read my experience here. Make sure you listen to your body and don’t bite off more than you can chew. As the above point says, “Ask for help”. You are not invincible. You can make yourself sick or stressed out.
Join us next week on Lets Go Big Tunes blog page for more exciting wedding day tips