5 Tips to Enjoy The Wedding Planning Process
You’re about to celebrate and commemorate your relationship in a big way. There is so much to
consider as you plan a wedding, so much so that it can easily become overwhelming and stressful.
This doesn’t have to be the case though – with a few simple adjustments, you can enjoy more of
your wedding planning process.
1. Delegate as Much as Possible.
Avoid burnout by accepting help from people around you. Just because you want things done a
certain way doesn’t mean you can’t ask for help. Friends and family are more than willing to help
you out, you simply have to ask. Hand over tasks that you were planning to DIY. The extra hands will
reduce stress and get things done more quickly.
2. Think About the Experience More.
While it’s important to stick to a budget for your wedding, it can make the planning process more
stressful. Instead of focusing on what you are able to purchase to bring your wedding day to life,
focus on how you want your guests to feel. Once you start focusing on the experience, you will find
that you don’t actually need everything you thought you did. Why purchase those extra expensive
flowers to spruce up your tables when you can rather create a custom cocktail that your guests will
remember. Instead of hiring a professional singer for your ceremony, ask that friend with the
beautiful voice to sing something special for you.
3. Put All the Essentials in One Place.
Bridal couples can spend a lot of time answering the same questions once they start inviting guests
to their wedding. To bypass this and reduce wedding planning stress, create a wedding website
where guests can access all the information they need for the day. You now have more time to focus
on other more important tasks. Creating an online gift registry is also highly recommended.
4. Spend Enough Time on Vendor Research.
Hiring experienced vendors is another way you can spend more time enjoying the months leading up
to your wedding. Experienced vendors are more organized and will help you better plan your day without much effort on your part.
5. Find Time for Self-Care.
If you don’t find time for self-care, you might wake up on your wedding day feeling exhausted and
frazzled. Self-care doesn’t mean a weekly spa visit either. Simply finding time to switch off for an
hour several times a week is all you need. Take a long bath, go out for a quiet dinner with your
partner with no wedding talk, or arrange a brunch with your besties. When you’re more balanced,
the wedding planning process doesn’t feel as overwhelming.
If you are worried that you might turn into bridezilla, keep these tips in mind. The wedding planning
process can and should be fun and memorable.