How not to be a Bridezilla.

As all of us know that kate Middleton and prince William had estimated 2billion people watched their wedding vows a few months ago In London. Now that’s pressure!!! But unlike many brides-to-be, Middleton has had a lot of professional help and probably hasn’t had to sweat in many details. However, most future brides are not future princesses. Weddings and all the hassles that go with them can be overwhelming and Stress is natural. It happens, But when you have that support system to be there, it makes life so much easier for both the bride and the groom, And it’s that stress and that pressure that can turn blushing bridesĀ into fire-breathing bridezillas. It’s important to focus on what you want, maybe lower your expectations, which will take some of the pressure off.
First off, try to keep fit, or take some dancing lessons, spent some quality time together without thinking about the wedding event. Brides and grooms should stay healthy, good diet and eating well can make all the difference in the way you feel. And look for time to take a breath. Focus on self-care, soothing relaxing activities, that take your mind off of the event for a little while, And most important: Keep to a budget so things don’t get out of hand. That’s something you and your future husband have tried to do, as you juggle on planning your wedding. We can help at different levels. We take off the pressure, because bridezillas are no fun. šŸ˜‰

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