Are You Too Stressed About Your Wedding?


Every bride dreams of having their perfect wedding, but no one said it’s easy to get to that point. There are thousands of small details to focus on and many events to attend before you can walk down the aisle.


The planning process is far from blissful, and many bride-to-be’s turn into a giant ball of stress right before their big day. But how do you know if you’re too stressed about your wedding? Is there such a thing as ‘too stressed’ when planning such an important event?


Wedding stress is very real, and here are a few ways to tell if you are just too stressed out and a few things you can do to minimize the stress.

Planning Is Taking Over Everything

If you’ve stopped doing activities you like and make you happy because of wedding preparation, whether it’s workout courses, spending time with friends, or even taking lengthy baths, it’s time to slow down a little.


Wedding stress will drive you crazy, and it’s essential to have some type of outlet where you focus on yourself rather than your wedding.

How To Minimize Stress?

Firstly, you need to recognize that wedding planning should fit into your schedule already; it should not take over. Setting firm boundaries and blocking out free time around your already set schedule is the ultimate way to ensure planning doesn’t take over your life.

You’re Not Enjoying The Planning

Honestly, the planning portion of your wedding can be tedious, but it is supposed to be fun. You should fall in love with your dress, go out with your girls, throw parties in honor of your love, and a lot more.


This is the time to make things your way, and you should enjoy everything while you’re doing it. If you find that you’ve been trying to do this all yourself and you feel so overwhelmed you no longer enjoy the process, it’s time to step back.

How To Minimize Stress

If you are doing everything yourself, it’s time to delegate some tasks to friends and family. On the other hand, if you find yourself relying on too many people and they’re trying to do what they want and not what you want, it may be time to voice exactly what you want for your wedding. It should be your way.

You Physically Feel Bad

Don’t forget that too much stress can leave you physically drained and constantly feeling under the weather. Too much stress can lead to any of the following:

  • Headaches
  • Stomach aches
  • Muscle pain or soreness
  • Low sex drive
  • Low energy
  • Insomnia
  • Nervousness

If you have been feeling way too anxious over your wedding, you may start feeling these symptoms of being overly stressed. This is something you’ll want to focus on fixing and avoid the week of your wedding.

How To Minimize This Stress

The best way to avoid these stress symptoms is by listening to your body and mind. This is something many brides put on the back burner but crucial to focus on throughout this process.

You’re Annoyed By Everyone

It can be hard to identify if you’ve turned into a wedding monster or ‘bridezilla,’ but it’s important to self-reflect every once in a while.


If you’re tense every time the subject of your wedding comes up and can’t seem to unwind when others provide their thoughts on a wedding-related issue, you’re probably too stressed.

How To Minimize This Stress

When someone starts talking about your wedding or asking questions, take a few minutes to breathe. You may have said something 100 times to everyone else, but many people are genuinely curious about your wedding.


It’s important to take time out for yourself to unwind, re-focus, and stay friendly with everyone.


You deserve a stress-free wedding day but planning your wedding isn’t always easy. Treat yourself to a spa day or a nice long hike in nature. When it’s time for your Georgia wedding you’ll want to walk down the aisle stress-free.