How Not To Become A Bridezilla- Part 2

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If you are a bride-to-be who is having sleepless nights and endless nightmares about a wedding already gone wrong, you need to read these tips on how to stay stress free in order to avoid becoming a bridezilla-


Taking life as it comes- Bridezillas are well-known for one common trait- they all love talking about weddings and eagerly wait for people to ask them about each and every detail. If a person avoids asking about the wedding, bridezillas do not hesitate to bring up the topic anyways, since it is the one big event in their lives. It is important to have other things to do besides just thinking or planning for the wedding. Shutting your friends out just so that you can spend 18 hours of your day with the wedding planner adds to your stress and slowly alters your behaviour in a way that makes you not a very nice person to have around. Talking about the wedding to every person you meet will amp up your anxiety levels for no good reason. Give a wedding update in just one or two sentences- brevity can be a real mood saver!


Trying a new Hobby- The period between the engagement and the wedding is without doubt a stressful one for any bride and if you sense that the stress is getting to you, then why not consider taking up a new hobby or learning a new skill? If your partner’s idea of romance is a home-cooked meal and your cooking skills involve heating up canned food, then now is a great time to learn the finer nuances of Indian or an International cuisine. Or, if you have always wanted to learn a foreign language, then why not ask your partner to sign up for evening classes with you? It’s a great way to bond as well. Giving importance to opportunities for learning around you will go a long way in helping you stay stress free.


Stop Picking on Everyone- Your wedding planner is here to help you bring your dream wedding to life but losing your temper with him or her over every minor detail and changing your mind every other week over important factors like the wedding decor, is going to ruin the beautiful experience that wedding planning can be. If your family and friends have taken up the task of planning your wedding for you, giving them the freedom to plan each detail and letting them know that they have your trust is essential for the health of the relationship itself. Sharing your opinion is welcome, but avoid stepping on everybody’s toes like a bridezilla. Instead, show your appreciation toward family and loved ones for taking the time to be a part of your happily ever after.


Stay tuned to our blog for more tips on how to keep smiling all through the wedding planning!

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