Bridezillas are made, not born. Best Tip for Couples or brides to keep their stress level in check by Marcelline Nyambi
As an event consultant, event planner and event designer for over 10years now, I have always noticed couples or brides get so stressed while planning their wedding or event and we all know stress can cause not only serious health problems but also relationship problems if not well managed.
I always tell my brides or couples Bridezillas are made, not born. Your wedding is supposed to be the happiest time of your life and it should be that way. Yet planning a wedding isn’t easy, but with organization, time, focus and vision, you can plan the wedding of your dreams. A helpful tip to couples or for a bride is for her to have a clear vision of the kind of wedding she truly wants. I always tell my couples or brides to envision their wedding from beginning to end. Where and when have you dreamed the wedding would take place? How formal would you like the event to be? What will the wedding party wear? What kind of food would you like to serve? what is your spending range? I also tell them to try to stay centered and set clear boundaries that no one can penetrate with words or attitudes. If all else fails, I tell them to remember that weddings tend to be for other people, but marriage is for you two. So focus on what your marriage will mean to you and be sure to take time away with your partner and give attention to your relationship and yourselve.
To help eliminate the stress we have witness most of our couples and brides go through while planning their event or wedding, we have evolve as a company over the years and have incorporated different elements into our company and have also partnered with other affliates to provide the best service to our customers . So we help our couples or customers by providing customized full packages tailored to their every need, style, vision and spending range. So our commitment and priority is in assisting our client’s in planning their complete reception from start to finish, providing them the honor to feel as a guest at their own reception.