Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: 5 Things To Do To Avoid Being A Bridezilla

There are countless ways to do this– whether you choose to use a wedding planning app or go old-fashioned with a notebook.

Regardless of your chosen method, you’ll be able to keep track of everything that needs to be done and feel more in control of the situation by staying organized.

2. Set Realistic Expectations

Another cause of bridezilla behavior is setting unrealistic expectations for yourself and others.

Of course, we would all love a picturesque, fairytale wedding with no drama or hiccups. But it’s important to remember that weddings are complex events, and things don’t always go according to plan– just like life.

So be realistic about what you can achieve within your budget and timeframe. Don’t expect perfection, and be prepared to compromise.

If you set realistic expectations, you’ll be less likely to become frustrated, angry, and disappointed when things don’t go exactly as planned.

Plus, if some factors exceed your expectations, you may even end up being pleasantly surprised.

3. Communicate Effectively

Communication is key when it comes to avoiding bridezilla behavior.

Make sure that you communicate effectively with your partner, your vendors, and your bridal party about any needs or wants.

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