Weddings are a beautiful way to publicly declare our love for our partners and establish a spring-board for a solid foundation for the future. For most women, it marks the most important day of their lives.
But if not handled properly, their dream can become a nightmare, and they can lose the joy associated with this special day.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
Today’s lesson will provide for a “happily ever after” start for today’s taxed bride.
*Wedding season is upon us.*
And there’s a new crop of “celebrity” that’s been making the reality TV circuit around this time, that you should avoid at all cost: her name is Bridezilla.
And she can get pretty scary.
*For those unfamiliar, “Bridezilla” is a combination of bride and monster, (Godzilla).*
She makes everyone’s life miserable in the course of planning her “big day” by taking a major stand on “small” issues.
This drama queen is characterized by unreasonable and unrelenting expectations.
And at the end of the day sister, you don’t wanna’ be her.
Instead of making this joyful event a celebratory occasion that takes into account the groom and the other wedding “investors,” everything evolves solely around Bridezilla.
Adding insult to injury, is her rude regard of service professionals, and hurt feelings she causes family and friends in the aftermath.
Of course, it goes without saying that any girl’s wedding day is extremely important; consequently it should ultimately be about her unique wishes and childhood fantasies. Within reason.
Consider the famous words of Dr. Phil: “Do you wanna’ be right, or do you wanna’ be happy?”
With this in mind, today’s Lifehack lesson is designed to help today’s bride create a “dream” wedding that doesn’t become a nightmare.
Consider it as a blueprint for good taste and good decision making.
This guide will help to reflect upon the big picture aspects of a wedding by attending to small details, while underscoring the importance of keeping proper perspective. It will also address the need for effective pre-planning.
Timely topics include: the who, when, what, and other related factors required for successful planning. You’ll also find stress and money management tips here. And perhaps most importantly, it will help the beautiful bride-to-be— not to “sweat the small stuff.”
If you’re on board, let’s begin “from this day forward“…
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