Almost all brides and grooms have some jitters before their wedding. The closer it gets to your wedding day, the more nervous you will probably become. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly natural!
You should discuss your feelings with your partner. The two of you might be able to work together to resolve some of your tension, and you may even be surprised to find out that he or she is having some jitters of their own!
Learning to work through feelings together is part of what makes a marriage work. If the two of you can work closely together to work through issues, it will make a very strong foundation for the marriage.
If you have trouble discussing your feelings, you can start out by writing notes to each other about how you feel. Sometimes this can help if you’re too nervous to talk, or if you’re worried about starting an argument.
Once you both understand how the other is feeling, it will be easier to talk about your issues. You have to learn how to talk to each other sometime, and it’s best if you do it before the wedding!
If you’re worried about finances, you’re not alone. One of the biggest causes of pre-wedding jitters is worrying about how much the wedding is going to cost. Getting into thousands of dollars in debt is not a good way to start a marriage!
But there are ways you can save money and still have an amazing wedding! Spending a fortune isn’t necessary if you know the best money-saving tips.
I’ve put together an amazing guide to help you save money on your wedding. I go through all of the tips I used to get the wedding of my dreams at about a third the cost it would have been if I’d done it the “traditional way”.
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