• How to Manage Pre-Wedding Family Drama

    A wedding is a unique celebration of two lives coming together as one. It is a time to drink, be merry, and look forward to many years of wedded bliss. However, Planning that wedding can be an absolute nightmare when everyone is chiming in with their opinion and when some people don’t get along with others. If you can relate, keep reading to learn how to manage pre-wedding family drama.

    Map Out Your Needs First

    Before opening yourselves up to family suggestions and requests, be sure you and your fiancé sit down to discuss what is most important to you. What will help you maintain authenticity and have a wedding that reflects your values and love for one another? You open the floor to others only when you have your needs and vision firmly in your mind.

    Be Open, But Firm

    Your family members love you, and, for the most part, their input is to ensure your day is perfect. Meet their advice and opinions with an open mind, remaining flexible and collaborative.

    You do NOT need to try and accommodate everyone else’s needs and vision. This is YOUR big day.

    Make Self-Care a Priority

    Much family drama stems from not being able to deal with the stress in the first place. Be sure to take care of yourself during this planning phase. That means eating right and not giving in to the junk food that’s calling, getting enough sleep, and making time for relaxing. When you feel good, you can deal with family drama calmly.

    Weddings should be fun. So should planning them. Be sure to keep your vision in mind, remain flexible, and prioritize your mental and physical health!

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