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When you first get engaged, you don’t always understand what kind of work goes into planning a wedding. As your date of choice gets closer, though, juggling all of the vendors, guests, and responsibilities you have can drain some of the joy out of the process. 

There are ways to get ahead of this malaise, though. So long as you’re careful and give yourself time to rest, the wedding planning process can be as fun as the wedding itself.

Don’t Go It Alone

Many couples want to try and plan their weddings all on their own. On paper, this isn’t a bad idea. It gives you the opportunity to control exactly how your wedding plays out. However, this kind of insulatory planning puts all of the pressure of a wedding directly on your shoulders. When you can’t distribute your stress, it tends to grow.

With that in mind, know that you can reach out for help while you’re planning your wedding. Parents, guardians, loved ones, and friends alike can help you bring your big day together. Some of these parties can even offer you financial support as you contact vendors.

Set Boundaries

It’s one thing to try and plan your wedding on your own. It’s another to find yourself overwhelmed by input. There may be some people in your life who have strong opinions about how they think your wedding should play out. While these people may be important to you, it’s as important for you to learn how to put your foot down.

If you want to continue having fun planning your wedding, learn how to say no. This may mean leaving certain family members off of your guest list. It may mean turning down the photo booth rental that your friends want at your reception. You can base your boundaries both on your own interests and on your budget if you want to maintain a healthy relationship with your big day.

Reward Yourself For Hitting Deadlines

There are certain deadlines that you’ll want to hit as you’re bringing your wedding together. For example, you want to book your venue at least a year before your desired wedding date. It’s often in a couple’s best interest to keep a planner noting these important dates so that they don’t pass you by.

It’s not just the dates that are important, though. When you meet those dates, you can transfigure the stress of planning into another celebration. Reward yourself for hitting these deadlines, and you’ll find that wedding planning remains fun.

Hire a Wedding Planner

Wedding planners are popular within the wedding industry because they’re good at their jobs. If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed by all of the details going into your wedding, you can call on a wedding planner for help.

Wedding planners don’t take over your wedding. Rather, each wants to turn your big day into an event that suits your interests. You can provide a wedding planner with information about your likes, dislikes, and expectations for your ceremony. In turn, wedding planners can ensure that your plans go off without a hitch.

Windows on the Water Wants to Help You Enjoy the Wedding Planning Process

Planning a wedding oscillates between fun and overwhelming on the best of days. The team with Windows on the Water wants to make sure that you have more fun days throughout the planning process than you do stressful ones. More than that, we want to ensure that your wedding day fulfills your dreams.

If you have questions about how our team can transform your wedding day, you can reach out to our office. Contact us online or via phone at (609) 208-9475 today.