Dieting - ladies do not worry about reaching size zero to fit the shoes of perfect figure and into your ultimate designer wedding dress. Try to eat healthy to get a natural glow on your face.If you eat right, drink plenty of water and get enough calcium, you can ensure you'll be in better shape both physically and mentally for the big day.
Over Thinking - frankly speaking the wedding day gives more than just a few jitters to the Bride. Does the stage look perfect? The caterers ready with the set menu? The Groom getting his grooming done? The weather alright? The wedding dress altered, pressed and ready to wear? the makeup artists on the way? We need to learn to break away from these question and the stress that comes along with it. Worrying 24/7 can cause physical problems including muscle tension, insomnia, headaches, digestive issues, skin irritation, anger, sadness, or even decreased libido. Rather than tying the knot with a knot in your stomach, focus on what really counts -- your health.
Being Perfect in Photos - It is a photographer’s job to take about five million shots per wedding. Chances are, you won’t have your bum out in at least ONE of these pictures. You look gorgeous and the makeup artists have done a great job in enhancing your features. Looking perfect in the wedding album should be the least of your worries. Enjoy your big day and everything else will fall into place.
Makeup Mistakes - decide well in advance through trial and error about what kind of makeup will go with your dress and skin complexion. Waiting till the last minute and then worrying about the makeup not being perfect is just going to make you stressful. Better be prepared than being a bridezilla.
No Backups - be prepared for the worst situation. Get an extra wedding dress reserved and buy a extra pair of shoes. If there is a stain on the dress or a tear in it or whether your heel broke at the last minute you know you are covered.
Vendor Worries - delegate the work of calling the vendors, the caterers, the photographers and the decorators to someone else. Taking responsibility for all the work is not going to make everything fall perfectly in place. This is your day and you should the one who enjoys it the most.
Weather Whirlpools - try not to be anxious about the weather. Discuss in advance about any weather situation going bad. If you are having a outdoor wedding in the monsoon season make sure that you book a venue that also includes a hall. For summers make sure that the hall has extra fans and standby air conditioners. Be prepared for the winter season with bonfires if its a outdoor wedding and heaters for the wedding indoor.
Budget Frights - it is always better to start planning the wedding by deciding a initial budget and sticking to it. Make sure you know what is a necessity for the day and what you can do without so that you do not have to worry last min about going overboard.
Perfectionism - everything is not going to turn out just the way you had imagined it in your mind. A few are expected to go wrong here and there. Hence instead of trying to put charts and plans together for the big day try delegating the work amongst your friends and family. So long as everyone has a task they can handle best, you can be rest assured that your day will be glorious.
Pampering blues - its your special day and you need to look your best. Everyone at your wedding is going to be there to be a part of your merriment. Naturally you are bound to be the center of attention, so make sure you get your beauty sleep and be as relaxed as possible. Treat yourself to a facial, manicure and pedicure before you start getting dressed.
Jitter Juice - it is a natural tendency for both the bride and the groom to have pre wedding jitters. The idea here is to be able to deal with it so that it doesn't result in any disasters. The best way to do this is stop being hassled by the prep, bond with your friends and talk to them this helps you take your mind off things or go have a chat with your future partner, no one will understand your jitter like they do.