Although a lot of wedding magazines and planning books will tell you that the bride needs to relax a lot on the wedding day, let’s not forget about the groom either.
Ways to relax when you don’t think that you can
The unfortunate part of getting married is that you will be pulled in many different directions on and leading up to the day. Not only will the planning seem to take up your free time, but family members may feel that they need to put in their two cents as well.
The combination can be torture.
But since you’ve gotten to the actual wedding day without major damage, why not have a little fun? For the women, have a little champagne when you get your hair done. Joke with your friends and laugh. This is supposed to be a joyous time. And really, anything that you would need to do at this point will be taken care of by someone else.
You just need to get dressed and to the church.
And for the men, why not spend the morning at the golf course with some of your groomsmen? Create a little distraction for yourself before the big moment later in the day. This is the perfect time for you to kick back before you have to get ready. Since getting ready won’t be nearly as complicated as your soon-to-bride, why not sleep in too?
Passing the buck
A lot of letting you relax on your wedding day does come down to good planning. If you’ve delegated and thought of everything, there’s no need to worry and you can enjoy the moments as they come.
If something should go wrong (and honestly, something will), don’t worry too much about it. Your wedding party and family will want to make sure everything goes smoothly, so if something should happen, enlist one of them to take care of the problem.
This is your wedding day and you want to look happy in your pictures, rather than stressed or worried. Take some time for yourself on the actual day. You can either step out of the room for a moment, or just sit down with a book for a few minutes. Find just five minutes of quiet, and you’re sure to have a relaxing wedding day.