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Wedding Planning Got You Feeling Frazzled? Here Are Some Great Wellbeing Tips For Stressed Out Brides To Be!

Planning a wedding is incredibly exciting, however it can also be incredibly stressful too.

The majority of brides are likely to find that they have a bit of a wobble at some point on the run up to their big day.

Not sure that you like the idea of being a frazzled bride?

Here are some of our wellbeing tips for those stressed out brides to be, all designed to help you to calm down and de-stress, no matter what might be happening around you.

Talk to your friends and family

No-one wants to be a wedding bore, which can mean that you try your best to avoid talking about the wedding to your friends and family.

That doesn’t mean that you have to hold everything inside, particularly if you are finding it a struggle.

Talk about how you feel to those around you, you may be surprised to find that they have not only been through it too, but might even have some helpful advice too.

Get active

Planning a wedding is going to take a lot of your time up, particularly during the later stages.

This means that you can think that you have no time for anything else.

However, getting active is something you should try to make room for.

This doesn’t have to be hours spent at the gym, perhaps you can make sure that you go for a walk every other lunchtime to get some fresh air, get out of work and get yourself active too.

Try out some mindfulness

Have you heard of mindfulness?

This trendy approach to mental wellbeing is popular simply because it is easy to do.

The idea behind mindfulness is that you take the time to be aware of the things around you.

This could be something small like your amazing husband to be, or perhaps the friends and family that mean so much to you.

It is all about focusing yourself on what is great in your life, rather than thinking about the negative things that are going on around you.

Give back

It is all too easy to become completely wrapped up in all things wedding related.

Why not give your brain a break and instead give something back to a worthy cause?

This doesn’t have to be a donation, but perhaps some of your time.

This will help you to focus on something different and will also make you feel pretty great too!

Planning a wedding is great, however, it should never be at the detriment of your mental health.

If you are finding the process completely overwhelming then the best thing that you can do for yourself is to take a step back and thing about the other things that you have in your life.

Sometimes all you need is a break in order to feel all the better.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is one of the UK's premier wedding DJs and the winner of multiple industry awards and accolades. His favourite wedding song? Love Shack of course - a guaranteed floor filler! You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/colecloughdj.

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