The Best Pre-Wedding Self Care Tips


When you are preparing for your big day there are many things to check off of your to-do list. It is important to remember to take care of yourself throughout the process. Many brides feel stressed about the daily tasks and decisions leading up to their wedding day, and sometimes that stress can impact other areas of your life and your health. Here are a few things you can do to take care of yourself on your big day!


Stay Active

Did you know that staying active can actually reduce your daily stress levels? Exercise creates more endorphins, boosts your confidence, and even elevates your mood. Wedding planning is a busy season, but you can still find ways to be active without hitting the gym every day. Take a long walk around your neighborhood, play tennis with a friend, or try a quick workout at home. Even twenty minutes of activity a day can make a significant impact on your mental health.


Get More Sleep

Insomnia can actually become heightened during wedding planning. Some brides lie awake at night thinking about all of the things they have to do before the big day. It’s such an important life milestone, it makes sense that you might be thinking about it around the clock. Before you go to sleep, make a list of all of the things on your mind. This will help you get it out of your head, so you can rest easier. It also might be beneficial to go to sleep earlier during the wedding planning season. More sleep will help you navigate through big decisions with more peace.


Find Ways to Relax

There are so many things you can do to decrease your stress levels during the wedding planning process, and it’s important to find ways to help your body and your mind relax as much as possible.  Need a few ideas? Go get your nails done, book a massage, go for a long walk in nature, have a spa night at home, or sit at your favorite coffee shop with a good book.


Plan a Low-Key Date With Your Fiancé

Sometimes wedding planning can become all-consuming, and it’s important to squeeze in as much quality time as possible with your fiancé. Plan a low-key date where you don’t have to talk about wedding decisions. Go to your favorite restaurant, see a movie, or order take-out and have a low-key game night. This is healthy for your relationship in the midst of wedding planning, and it gives you a break from your to-do list.

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