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Making Time for a Break Means Better Photos

February 11, 2012

Wedding planning is stressful. The best thing you can do is give yourself a break.

The week before your wedding:

Go out just the two of you for an evening. No wedding talk allowed. Grab dinner, see a movie, go for a bike ride, go bowling…do something you would do on a typical date night. Just reconnecting with each other and catching up on what has been going on in your lives outside of the wedding helps to relieve stress. Doing some fun activity will take your mind off things and make you happier. No one wants a stressed out, unhappy bride on their wedding day. Take time for yourselves.

On your wedding day:

Take five minutes in between the ceremony and reception and just walk away. There’s a lot going on, you’re going to be so busy seeing people you may feel like you hardly go to talk to your new spouse. Take time to enjoy it together. Talk about a special moment you had, talk about how lovely you both look, how excited you are your great auntie could travel in for the wedding, how pretty the flowers were and how excited you are for the reception etc. I say it time and time again, but it’s one of the most important things you can do on your wedding day. Believe me, I’ve seen the difference.

Don’t ever forget in the midst of everything to take an hour for yourself every so often, whether it be wedding stress or everyday life stress, it makes all the difference!

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