When it came to planning her big day with director Michael Polish, Kate Bosworth took a no-stress approach to the event.
With wedding season in full swing, the star chatted with editors at SK-II’s pop-up shop in New York City about what went into preparing for the moment, and the best piece of advice she could offer for brides-to-be.
"I was very calm, the nervousness and anxiety around the wedding had come in the planning and all the weeks and months of preparation," Bosworth shared.
"I remember Michael and I woke up really early on the day of the wedding, and I was like ‘This is it. From here on out, no stress, we’re just celebrating me and you and our love, and whatever goes wrong, that’s all part of it,’" She added.
"That really is the number one thing I’d tell brides. Just have your moment with your partner and say, ‘now it’s about us.’ Everything else just goes along with it, the hilarity, the joy, the flaws and imperfections."
"People always say that the wedding moment and that whole day ends up being a blur, but it was a memory we were making, and I feel like I remember everything so clearly," she said.
"The funny thing is, Michael and I were the calm ones, but all these dramas happened with everyone else, but you just have to set your course and laugh about it in the end."
"Have your moment with your partner and say, now it’s about us. Everything else just goes along with it."