Weddings are exciting, but they can also be incredibly tense. The number of decisions you need to help to make, the pressure to have it right as well as the expectation that the whole thing should be best can lead to a few serious pre-wedding jitters. Include everyone else’s opinions and expectations to the mix and it is easy to understand why a current Zola survey revealed that 96 per cent of couples truly feel anxious about wedding planning.

If you’re sense overwhelmed by all of the minimal tasks that need to be completed before your big day, it may be important to take time away from everything and concentrate on self-care. This can appear to be spending time with the partner, doing exercises or reading a book. Obtaining a manicure, having or perhaps watching Any office for the 100th time is also great methods to relax and unwind.

It can be attractive to let yourself get swept up in other people’s tips and recommendations, but remember that it’s your wedding so you should find do things on your path. If you find yourself getting cantankerous by a particular detail, ask yourself if it is going to matter in a few years and if not, drop it!

It’s also helpful to speak to friends and family about how youre feeling, especially if they are getting married in the long term future too. A wedding therapist or life trainer can also be superb support, helping you to deal with and control your tension levels.