5 easy ways to calm your pre-wedding jitters

Almost every bride has experienced the pre-wedding jitters before the big day. Whatever your reasons are, we have 5 fuss free tips you can try whenever you get cold feet.

Calm your pre-wedding jitters
Calm your pre-wedding jitters
23 Apr 2016

Calm your pre-wedding jitters

Almost every bride has experienced pre-wedding jitters before their big day. Maybe you're scared that your wedding day won't be as perfect as how you've always dreamed it would be. Or maybe you're starting to feel nervous about having one companion for the rest of your life. Whatever your reasons are, we have some fast-acting tips you can try whenever you get cold feet.

Put on relaxing scents
Put on relaxing scents
23 Apr 2016

Put on relaxing scents

Aromatherapy is not merely some New Age creation, as the use of scents for its calming effects has been traced to ancient civilizations. If you have trouble falling asleep at night, you can try using lavender to help you doze off and get a deeper sleep. If you want a little pick-me-up instead, opt for a refreshing citrus scent like lemon or orange to boost your energy. 

Work out
Work out
23 Apr 2016

Work out

Exercising is not only good for your physical health. Working out also helps you pump out endorphins, the feel-good hormones that can make you feel happier. Certain exercises like running or hot yoga can also help distract your mind from unnecessary worries.

Talk it out
Talk it out
23 Apr 2016

Talk it out

Even if you might be tempted to, don't shut yourself in and cry alone at home. Having an honest talk with your family, friends, and even fiancée can give you a lot of emotional relief and also different perspectives that might help you think more clearly. You can also start a diary or journal to express every single worry you have that you don't feel comfortable disclosing to others.

Eat well
Eat well
23 Apr 2016

Eat well

Not only does it help you maintain clear skin and that bridal glow, eating regular and balanced meals can also help with your stress levels. It's best to reduce your sugar, caffeine, and alcohol intake at least a few months before your wedding. Though they might give you instant gratification, it won't last long and can even cause your system to crash.

Pamper yourself
Pamper yourself
24 Apr 2016

Pamper yourself

Go on, treat yourself to that head-to-toe pre-wedding beauty treatment  at your favourite spa. After all those crazy months planning your wedding, you deserve it. If your schedule is way too hectic to go on a spa retreat, just treat yourself to some easy DIY pampering at home. A warm, foaming bubble bath will do wonders in washing all your worries away.

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