Keeping Emotions at Bay during your Wedding

By on May 12, 2015

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Your wedding will probably be one of the most emotional days of your life and it will be difficult to control your emotions as you are walking down the aisle. Many brides, who are even more emotional than some, will have an even more difficult task when trying to control their emotions than the average bride.

For these brides, looking for ways to control those emotions so that the wedding photos turn out great can be quite a chore. However, there are many things that you can do to help keep your photos beautiful and your emotions at bay.

Think of Something Funny

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Does your groom have a funny nickname for you? Or perhaps you have a funny experience that you shared together. Whatever typically makes you laugh, keep this thought in your mind while you are going through the marriage process.

Whenever you begin to feel the tears pile up, bring to mind this memory. It may be enough to keep your emotions under control during the ceremony. It may even be helpful to have a few jokes in mind or to write humorous vows to each other as well.

Get your Fiancé on Board

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Inform your fiancé that it is likely that you will be fairly emotional on your wedding day. He may be able to think of some ways to help ease your nerves while you are going through the process of becoming married as well.

It may be helpful if he whispers to you during the ceremony when you look as though you are about to lose it. Or perhaps he could hold your hand a little tighter when you appear to be ready to cry as well.

Consider Letting the Tears Roll

Nothing is more special to a groom than an emotional bride. Your groom will probably love that you are overly emotional on your wedding day because it will mean that you are excited to marry him. You may want to consider simply letting your emotions run their course during your wedding rather than trying to hold them back.

While you may be worried about the wedding photos, you may want to consider taking pictures before the ceremony. This way you will be nervous, but your emotions will not have already taken control yet. You can also hold some tissues and invest in some good waterproof mascara as well. This way you will have something to protect your makeup and dry up the tears along the way.

Conclusion

Even though your wedding is an emotional event, there are ways that you can attempt to keep your emotions under control. However, keep in mind that crying because you’re happy is a wonderful feeling. It may be best to simply allow yourself to experience one of the best parts about becoming married.

Don’t forget to stop by Best for Bride for all of your wedding day needs. The store will be able to provide you with all of your wedding day attire and help you plan every aspect of your wedding.

About Olga Pomeransky

Olga is manager at Best for Bride since 2005. Currently Best for Bride operates 4 bridal stores in Canada (Toronto, Etobicoke, Hamilton and Barrie). Best for Bride sells wedding, bridesmaids, mob dresses and more. http://www.BestForBride.com

2 Comments

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    Miriam

    May 17, 2015 at 3:49 PM

    Thanks! I’m getting married in a few months’ time!! Wish all the preparation goes smoothly. I must say, the preparation process is a bit of a b**. SO much to do!!

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    Mandy S.

    May 18, 2015 at 10:09 PM

    Getting married is a very emotional time and if I see a bride, or myself, just letting the tears flow, I think they are having the best time of their lives!

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