Indeed, a wedding is one of the most critical milestones in a person’s life; that’s why it has to be planned well. There are professional wedding planners and coordinators who can do this job correctly. However, their fee is something to be considered, and not every couple who’s about to get married can afford to get their service. What happens is that they plan their wedding. Sometimes, a relative or a friend does it for them. But, what they fail to consider is that wedding planning will eat much of their time and they still have other things to do such as reporting for work, taking care of themselves, and other regular chores.
Here we share some tips on how to put balance into your life as you plan a wedding.
Make a To-Do list
It helps if you have this big, desk calendar where you can jot down everything that you have to do in a day. The space in each day is just enough for one or two activities. There will no more space to write down other things, and it will make you ask yourself if you can do all those things in a day.
Determine your priorities
As you realize that you can only do so much in a day, you need to identify which among those things are the most important and which should be done on that particular day. Others may be scheduled on another day.
Delegate other tasks
Perhaps, you can ask a friend to get the deposit that down payment for the venue? Or, mom can get those lovely gifts for your bridesmaid? People around you are also excited about your wedding, and they will be happy to help out. You need to ask.
Rest when you should
Wedding planning is such an overwhelming task, but sufficient rest will recharge you when you are too drained. Eat well and on time. Take a multivitamin and don’t forget to stretch those muscles.