One of the first and biggest decisions you need to make is the location and venue of where your wedding will take place. There are so many factors to consider when viewing and choosing your wedding venue. This can make the decision seem very overwhelming and scary, but it doesn’t need to be – we’reContinue reading “How to choose your wedding venue”
Firsty, a huge congratulations to you both from all the Weddings on the Mind team – what an exciting time for you! We’re here to help keep it that way! So, where to start? The big question has been asked, yes has been said and your life is about to change. Our first piece ofContinue reading “I’ve just got engaged……where do I start?”
Just remember, it’s completely normal to be nervous and worried ahead of your wedding day. It is a big life changing event and probably one of the most amazing but stressful things you can do in your lifetime. We want to limit that stress! Whether you’re worried about being the centre of attention for theContinue reading “Pre-wedding nerves & worries…and an announcement!”
As with anything, mindset is key to being the calmest and best version of yourself through your wedding planning and your wedding day itself. You are in control and can choose whether to have a positive or negative mindset about your wedding.
Weddings on the Mind coach Tabby Kerwin writes about how to embrace a realistic mindset for mininimum stress.
We often think of engagements and weddings as separate events. Exciting, albeit different and individual events.
When we focus on them as separate events that can inevitably lead to moments of sadness or a feeling of loss when the event has passed and it can contribute to additional stress and pressure.
As wedding professionals we have had many couples feel a sense of loss once their wedding day is over, not knowing how to direct their energy and excitement once the planning is finished.
At Weddings on the Mind we want to focus on the whole and in this blog we talk about The Life Cycle of a Wedding Couple.