Photography: Heather Payne Photography
You are kind, loving, and patient. In fact, you are one of the most patient people you have ever met. However, today is three weeks away from your dream day to marry your prince on a white horse.
You are sleep deprived. You can hardly eat. Your head hurts. You start to lose control. Instead of pampering yourself and glow before your big day, your smile becomes naggings and you scream at your sister who is actually trying to be helpful.
If you experience these symptoms, then you have the Bridezilla syndrome. Don't worry. This is relatively common during the wedding preparation, especially among the Brides-to-be. However, as normal as it is, being a Bridezilla wouldn't help you with anything. Therefore, here are our tips to avoid you turning into Bridezilla.
1. See the bigger picture
Remember. You are soon to be married with the One you love and adore so much. Your wedding is from you and for you to celebrate your love. In other words, instead of pursuing the perfect wedding, pursue the meaningful wedding. Enjoy the moment you say 'I do'. Laugh a lot. Have fun with him. Relax.
Delegate, delegate, and delegate. Ask for help: from your bridesmaid, parents, sisters, or even your Fiance. And of course, trust them.
There are chances that something will go wrong, however if those are not major things, learn to let them go.
4. Plan your wedding with us.
Yes. We – bridestory.com – happen to exist to help you dealing with the stresses and Bridezilla syndrome. With our features, you will feel a lot easier and much in control in your wedding planning, from inspirations, planning the budget, contacting the vendors, and asking for their price list, we are ready to assist you to enjoy your big day!