Sunday, January 19, 2014

Martha Stewart Weddings: 10 Tips to Be Stress-Free Before Your Wedding

Beating Wedding Stress is my job. Martha Stewart Weddings is my Jam. And I love all these tips. They're a good thing:

#1: Take  An Assessment

Know what you can handle and whom you can count on for help and support before you walk down the aisle. "I give my brides questionnaires to help evaluate their stress levels and focus on how to reduce, manage, and eliminate them," says Jeri Kadison, a bridal coach in New York City. Ask yourself, "What do I foresee as being a source of stress?" and "How do I plan to manage it?" Preparation and self-awareness are key.

(I am completely stealing this idea, btw , so stay tuned when you schedule your complimentary consultation with me...which you should do right now. - Liz)

 # 2 - Meditate

With so much to do and stay on top of (not to mention the life-changing event to come), it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Clear your head of worries. Start focusing on the in-and-out cycle of your breath for just a few minutes a day or when you're lying in bed at night. It will help slow your heart rate and relax your muscles, too.

(I have been known to do this. With my busy schedule, it's important to take a few minutes to just breathe. Don't tell anybody! - Liz)

Read the Rest of Martha's Tips Here! 

See you at the end of the aisle, 

Liz Coopersmith
Silver Charm Events

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