A wedding isn't referred to as a bride's "Big Day" for the size of the wedding cake or the length of her train. Most brides will feel at least a slight twinge of stress on their wedding day — and that's totally normal. After all, it's one of the most important moments in your life. (No pressure!)
To help calm your nerves before you walk down the aisle, here are a few pieces of wisdom to remember
If the the pre-wedding nerves kick in, take a sip. "A nice cold glass of white wine or bubbly always helps!".
"It will calm you down and help to make you feel more relaxed, but only one glass and it must be clear liquid." (You don't want to stain that white dress!)
Dance it away
An impromptu dance party with your bridesmaids not only increases the release of endorphins; it will also set a fun and exciting tone for the rest of your day and remind everyone how special they are to you.Even if you girls have to cut loose in the dressing room, Do it.
Time to reflect
"There are a lot of emotions swirling around the air on the wedding day so it's crucial to be alone for a little while, away from the energy of family and friends, Take a moment alone, breathe deeply and take a walk to get out the jitters and reflect on how great you our as a couple."
If your bouquet goes missing or a 'maid who has had too much to drink begins to overshadow your day, Take a moment to look back on the moment that got you to your nuptials. "Remember your first date, where it all began, where you first felt the spark," Tell your story and suddenly they will melt with warm feelings of the beginning of this Moment for you till this blessed day."
When the ceremony itself seems more stressful than blissful, "As much as I want every bride and groom to focus on their once-in-a-lifetime wedding, sometimes you just have to help them to forget it for a while and have a total out-of-wedding experience.
Sneak Away with Your Groom
Often, the most memorable moments of a wedding occur between a bride and her groom. To calm a tense bride, often prescribes a private moment between the couple. "This helps to re-create the intimacy of the wedding day by being able to remember that it is all about the individual experiences and moments,