How to deal with cold feet before your wedding day

They’re more common than you think!

Do you remember how nervous Chandler was before his wedding day, even after being in a long-term relationship with Monica (yep, the world is still recovering from the 'Friends' hangover)? However, he eventually overcame his pre-wedding nerves and joined the 'happily ever after' club. The moral of the story? Getting cold feet before your wedding is perfectly normal. How you deal with it is what is important. And there are simple ways to deal with these emotions; we're about to show you how.

Communication is key

Don't let your thoughts stew. Share your worries with your best friend, partner, or someone you can rely on to help you get through the nerves.

Delegate duties

Don't put too much pressure on yourself to make everything perfect—there's a reason you have bridesmaids! Delegate duties to those close to you, so you can be stress free. 

Pamper Yourself

A spa day before your wedding is strongly recommended! Getting a Swedish massage in the midst of chaos seems like a fantastic idea. After all, you are the bride! Pamper yourself well. 

Take it all in

Be optimistic and look forward to what the future holds for you! All that anxiety is only for some time. Go with the flow—it's the celebration of a new chapter in your life. Focus on the bigger picture and cherish every moment.


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