Ask any married couple about the “happiest day in their lives” and they’d probably only remember parts of it. More often than not, what they do remember clearly is the chaotic frenzy of preparing for the wedding. So, how can you (in case you’re not married yet) shave a bit of the stress levels of planning for a wedding (in case you’re not using an all-inclusive package from a wedding organizer)? Simple… just let the chaos run its course…
See, a lot of brides-to-be (and grooms-to-be as well, of course) often become too absorbed by the little details: how the buffet tables should be arranged, which invitees might not make it, the possibility of the catering people being late, and so on.
Now this is where a little adjustment in perspective might be required, or perhaps just a quick reminder that your upcoming wedding isn’t a show that has to run flawlessly but a celebration of two people that your invitees care about. Oh, sure, a cranky family member might complain about the ice cream running out early, but almost everybody who comes to your wedding is “on your side”.
And if they’re not… then why are they on the list?