We offered you advice on how to deal with stressful situations at your wedding, whether the source is your in-laws, your parents, or your friends, as sometimes, families and friends can add some stress to your wedding.
Your loved ones want to help out by giving their opinion about different aspects of the wedding, and think that they know what is best for you; the good thing is that they do this out of love and concern.
Read some of our helpful advice in these articles:
If those tips are not enough, we have more advice to help you out in these situations:
Keep them occupied:
Delegate assignments for each family member to keep them occupied, out of your way, but still feel included.
Limit their expectations:
The earlier you decide on things, get everything set, and let everyone know what the plans are, the less likely they are to make an issue when things don’t go how they imagined.
Remember they have good intentions:
Remember that everyone who wants to help you out loves you, maybe they mean well and want you to have a perfect wedding, or maybe they regret a certain detail about their wedding and don’t want you to go through the same thing.
Keep some things a secret:
Plan for a surprise first dance, or a unique entrance, and keep it a secret just between you and your fiancé.
Get some help:
Is your sister diplomatic and good in dealing with people? Tell her how you feel and ask her to meddle in whenever someone is stressing you out.