What are some com­mon pre-wed­ding anx­i­eties that brides needn’t stress over?

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Af­ter gath­er­ing in­spi­ra­tion from so­cial me­dia or wed­dings they have at­tended, cou­ples may feel pres­sured to put on a cel­e­bra­tion of com­pa­ra­ble scale or ef­fect, but a wed­ding is only as grand as the hap­pi­ness a cou­ple shares. And that can be at­tained when a cou­ple fo­cuses less on what oth­ers have done and more on what best rep­re­sents them. The top things cou­ples un­nec­es­sar­ily worry about are not hav­ing enough time with each guest; and guests not par­tic­i­pat­ing in ac­tiv­i­ties. Many tasks can be del­e­gated so you can re­ally en­joy your day. For in­stance, leave li­ais­ing with ven­dors and co­or­di­nat­ing re­hearsals to your plan­ner, and look out for ball­rooms with bridal chang­ing stu­dios to spend less time on out­fit changes and more time min­gling with guests. Wor­ries that guests won’t dance or par­tic­i­pate in the bou­quet toss are usu­ally un­founded af­ter they’ve warmed up but your bridal party could help get the ball rolling.

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