Why It's A Myth That Everything Needs To Be Perfect On Your Wedding Day

November 08, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Myth: Everything Needs To Be Perfect On Your Wedding Day

One of the most common occurrences I see at weddings is that everyone involved has the expectation that everything should go perfectly throughout the wedding day.  Although this would be ideal, most of the time this doesn’t happen.  Maybe a DJ says the wrong name during an announcement, someone is late, or any of the other million things that could go wrong throughout the day.  Whatever it is, it’s important to understand that things will go wrong.  

This doesn’t mean that the day is ruined.  The little things that go wrong throughout the wedding day are things that you won’t even notice if you have the right attitude going into your day.  However, if you go into your day expecting perfection, it will create massive stress when something does go wrong.

Nobody wants to be stressed out on their wedding day.  You want to look back on this day as one of the greatest and most memorable days of your life.  There are many ways to do this, but after all of the weddings that I have been fortunate enough to be a part of I have found that there is one fundamental way to avoid the stress of needing everything to go perfectly on your wedding day.

LET EVERYONE DO THEIR JOB!

You have spent the last year of your life hiring experts in their field to make sure that your wedding day is exactly how you want it to be.  You have hired a wedding planner, a makeup and hair stylist, a DJ, a photographer, and caterers that all are up to your standard.  As difficult as it may be, try to let them do what they are paid to do.  I know that you’re going to want to try and control everything to make sure that your day is exactly what you want, but if you avoid stressing about this and let everyone do their jobs, your day will end up going exactly how you want it to anyway.

As I said before, you can break it down and find all of the different things that you need to do to make sure that you don’t stress about everything going perfectly.  Or, you could take the easy way out.  Let everyone do the jobs that they were hired to do and trust that you made the right decisions and your day will be exactly what you want it to be!

Until next time,

EliJ

 

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