Planning your wedding day can be seriously stressful, especially when you're starting to count down the days until you say 'I Do'. The last thing you want before your wedding is to feel frazzled, exhausted and quite frankly - tired of planning your big day! So if you're in need of some ways to de-stress before you tie the knot, keep reading…
Take a Break
We assume that from the moment you got engaged, your wedding day has always been on your mind – and understandably so! But it's important to take time away from the planning process, Pinterest boards and seating plan dilemmas to relax. Have a romantic date night together or have a weekend off wedding planning. Afterwards, you'll feel refreshed, revitalised and ready for your big day.
Lots of Lavender
Lavender is one of the most relaxing and soothing scents out there – so make use of it in the lead up to your special day. Take a trip to Lordington Lavender and spend the day amongst the beautiful lavender fields. Plus, you'll be able to pick up some fabulous scented oils and lavender sachets. They'll help you get to sleep and relax ahead of the big day!
Your friends and family are there to help, so if you need a hand putting together your table settings or ceremony decorations just ask! Alternatively, you can get in touch with us here!
A spa day is one of the most effective ways to de-stress in the weeks leading up to your wedding day. Spend the weekend with your girls drinking cocktails and getting completely pampered! It's also a fabulous choice for your hen do party – take a peek at the Ashdown Park Spa in Sussex.
Time to Meditate
Meditation is a wonderful way of taking time out of your day to relax. It'll help you to sleep, unwind and feel a whole lot better. Yoga is also a fabulous option if you need to keep calm and de-stress before the big day.
So if you're feeling particularly frazzled and stressed, hopefully you'll be able to find a way of taking time out to relax…
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