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  • Writer's pictureLorena Abad


Planning a wedding can be very stressful, and it is not surprising, it is a time full of emotions and with different opinions from various people involved. There are no "Bridezillas", just brides confused, overwhelmed and not knowing how to organize their dream event. That's why today I'm going to give you some tips for planning a low-stress wedding.

1. Consider what is important and everything else will fall into place.

If you are planning your wedding, there are some key points to keep in mind before you begin the planning process. First, it is essential that you set clear goals, establish a budget, and know your partner's desires. Mutual support is vital to having a happy and healthy life as a couple.

We often fall under the influence of traditions, third-party comments, and external expectations that pressure us to make decisions we don't want to. At these times, we must remember that the most important thing is to celebrate together this new stage that you are undertaking. While it is important to consider the opinions of others, in the end, the final decision must be made by you.

2. It's important to have a tribe as a support system.

It is common to feel that no one understands us or that we do not receive the help we need, not even from our partner. In our generation, asking for help can be seen as a sign of weakness, which makes us reluctant to seek support. A great way to ensure we have a support system is to surround ourselves with our tribe, which can be made up of close friends and family willing to help us. If we want to be successful in an event, it is essential to have a good team, since no one can do it alone. In this sense, delegating tasks can make our lives easier and keep the people who want to help us involved. Just make sure you give them tasks that are within their reach and that meet your expectations. Remember that you are not alone! 3. Take care of your physical and mental health. Planning a wedding can be overwhelming, so it's important to take time for yourself each day to avoid burnout. Maintaining a balanced diet and a good exercise routine will give us the energy we need. In addition, establishing an adequate sleep routine will allow us to rest well. Setting aside time to take care of our body is essential to feel good during wedding planning.

4. Organized couples are stress-free couples. Are you struggling to find time to organize your wedding between work, household chores, time with your partner and family? Do you feel overwhelmed? Don't worry, you're not the only one. It would be great if you could send a message and the providers would take care of everything, but that's not the case. You have to quote, meet and evaluate different proposals to find the best option within your budget. The only way to do this is to set aside time in your schedule, whether after work or on your days off. But do not worry! If you keep a wedding planner with a checklist, everything will be much easier. 5. Trust your event coordinator. When planning a wedding, it is important to have the guidance and support of a professional to minimize stress and avoid mistakes. In addition to providing quotes and checklists, a professional team can offer objective recommendations, efficiently allocate event time, and troubleshoot issues for a memorable experience. They also offer emotional support to make people feel safe and happy. The ultimate goal is to make the couple's dreams come true. It is common for brides to feel great pressure when planning their wedding, as they want everything to turn out perfect and to their liking. However, it is important to remember that perfection does not exist and that the most important thing is to enjoy the process and the wedding day itself. Finally, it is essential to remember that the wedding day is just the beginning of a new stage in the couple's life, and that the important thing is to celebrate the love and union that they are sealing that day.

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