How to Plan a Fashionable Wedding with Little Stress

Posted December 29, 2019 by in Lifestyle
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People usually come to a point where they decide they want a life partner. When love blooms, relationships begin emerging. If all things fall in line entirely, a couple may make it official with a wedding. 

While planning a wedding can be a lot of fun, many couples will eventually get to a point in the wedding planning process where they just feel stress and anxiety. There’s just so much to do, so it’s completely reasonable to feel anxious.

However fret not, because were going to provide some crucial information that will make the wedding planning process a little less daunting:

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When it comes to planning a wedding, money matters. Both the bride and groom need to have many big discussions on budgeting; especially since the cost of a wedding can add up very quickly. 

Once you plan accordingly and agree to a fixed amount that both parties are willing to shoulder, you’ll know your financial  limitations when it comes to planning your wedding.

Fashionable and Inexpensive

As mentioned above, don’t be too cheap when it comes to choosing necessary items like wedding dresses and men’s clothing. A lot of couples end up regretting these choices later on. However, having a large budget doesn’t entitle you to spend big on just one item. Carefully allocate your funds to ensure that every facet of your wedding is met.

There are a lot of stylish and inexpensive choices of wedding dresses and men’s clothing available for you out there. These cheaper items have fashionable and extravagant looks.

Second-hand sources and hand me downs also aren’t bad ideas. Although brands can speak a lot, always choose those within budget. If you want the cheapest Rolex or the most affordable Gucci accessory, go for it. As long as it doesn’t compromise budget, getting such items is fine.

Pre-owned dresses cost around $600 while brand new wedding gowns of the same make cost on average, $1,500. Before purchasing, you need to do a little research and look for the ideal, suitable dress and clothing for both of you.

A special event like your wedding day isn’t just about an expensive dress. It is a sacred gathering and a memorable moment for both of you and your loved ones, and that’s the main essence of your wedding.  


It’s always better if the expenses come from the very own pockets of the couple. Because of this fact, a lot of couples tend to forget that a wedding is a family affair. If budget cuts aren’t enough and a lot of things still don’t add up, it’s always safe to assume that mom and dad will help with some of the expenses. Not all of course, but some. Perhaps a one side could pay for the cake, while the other pays for the wedding gown or some of the flowers. Sometimes a little help can go a long way. 

Couples should only do this in advance, 8-9 months before the wedding, and if they think budget-cutting won’t be enough to deliver a decent but memorable wedding.

Weather and Other Events

Of course, couples should choose wedding dates once a wedding is in the works. Avoid schedules that fall on busy days to prevent any hassle at the wedding. Weather reports also play crucial roles because it literally will make or break a ceremony. If the rainy season is up, don’t force a date because it may end up more of a disaster instead of a celebration.


If going through a wedding is stressful enough, how much more when planning your wedding? Couples should provide rest periods to avoid stress from building up. 

As most already know, planning a wedding is stressful, so self-care and rest will become even more important.

You both should make sure you’re taking vitamins, drinking enough water, and getting a good rest each night to ensure you are both glowing on your wedding day.

Prioritizing the Guest List

A guest list should already be in the works as early as possible. Also, it’s a good idea to give priority to those who matter most. You don’t want your soon to be wife’s 3rd-grade crush attending your wedding, right? That space could’ve been for Uncle Joe or Aunt Jane. 

As bad as it sounds, let your family understand that bringing extra guests might be bad for the wedding. Give out advice in a civil way, and they’ll realize soon enough. You should also invite people who are important to your relationship. 

A lot of times, the groom’s family consumes most of the guest list or vice versa. This situation can cause tension in the future. As much as possible, try to balance out both guests from both sides and invite people who really matter.

Wedding days are genuinely one of the most stressful events a person can plan; especially due to the money. A lot of money. Although wedding days are very stressful, the best part of it is yet to come. 

For couples that plan weddings together, it shows a strong bond with each other. It also provides priceless memories more valuable than the wedding dress and tuxedo. Preparations are crucial, and couples should be smart in allocating the right amount of money on more important matters.

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