Throughout the wedding planning extravaganza, BOTH brides and grooms tend to become overly obsessed about their wedding nuptials. And who can blame them? Brides and Grooms go through a massive amount of stress. Couples constantly have wedding details on their mind including the food, the flowers, the guest list and the most stressful one of all … the budget! No wonder couples tend to overreact during certain points of the wedding planning and decision making process! There are hundreds of cartoons and comics that call out brides and grooms at their breaking point. And rightfully so! Most wedding planing adventures come along with plenty of pressure and stress.
One very important thing which couples should try to remember during the engagement period, is to try not to take out your frustrations on each other. If you come across a rough patch in the planning, take a breather for a few minutes or even laugh about how nutty you are getting about the wedding! The engagement period only happens once in the relationship and should be a happy time to look back on. Although it has been known to test relationships to their limits … when all the planning is completed, your wedding day will be beautiful, even if everything isn’t as perfect as you hoped it would be.
On that note… of course every bride and groom wants his or her wedding day to be perfect! But in reality, that doesn’t always happen. Problems may occur on your special day. If this happens, shake it off. Remember that no matter what, your day will still be special. I say this because … it’s not about all the glitz and glam of the decorations or the flowers. Your wedding day is only about one thing, the celebration of love and unity. So I urge all the bridezillas and groomzillas out there to throw out your A-Type personalities for one day, and take this day to celebrate your love and happiness with your closest friends and family.