How To Calm Your Wedding Nerves

Tips on calming your wedding nerves from a local Wedding Planner.

Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, but may also be the most nerve wrecking. There are so many little details you don't want to spend your whole day worrying about what could go wrong. Is it important to be well prepared for your big day. Here is a list of five of the most common wedding day fear and how to overcome them:

 *Stage Fright- It is perfectly natural to be a little nervous this sometimes help you speak your vows with more feeling, try using breathing techniques to calm your nerves and get through this 

*Brain Freeze- If your worried you'll become so nervous you will forget what to say, slip some cue cards in your dress with your vows written neatly on them 

*Dry Mouth & Shakiness- These are both physical signs of nervousness. Try your best to just focus on your groom, your vows, and your love. Also make sure to drink plenty of water before your ceremony 

*Rude Guests- This is a common fear, but this rarely ever happens. Your guest are at your wedding to support you and wish you the best of luck 

*Judgmental Guests- Everyone invited to the wedding are people you and your fiancee care about, they aren't there to judge they are there to share in the happiness of your journey together as a couple. If you are worried about someone doing this then don't include that person on your big day. 

To relieve your wedding nerves even more contact tracie@yourethebride.com or call 248-408-4602 to hire a day-of wedding coordinator

Photo Credits: theweddingdolls.co.uk

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