Tips for Pacing your Wedding Plan

Are you in a really high energy wedding planning mode and looking for some ways to really maximize your productivity and efficiency so that you can easily continue to stay as high energy all the way through your planning process? Perhaps you may already be feeling a little overwhelmed or apprehensive about all that may be involved and how much there is to get done prior to your very special day. It may be even more surprising to remind you that it is important to actually prepare yourself and care for your health and happiness for the occasion rather than just planning the color of your roses or the pattern on silverware at your reception!

Pacing Is Important

For the love of all that is sacred, you have to make sure you pace yourself or you will possibly end up stressing out over something that would otherwise be really easy if you hadn’t tried to do it the same day as forty other important tasks. Pace your planning and you will be so much happier and more productive. Your choices will likely be much better and you will almost certainly make far less mistakes than if you had done too much in one day. Often people have the misconception that if they keep going on a project into the wee hours of the night that they are actually being effective, when in truth they are much more likely to have to correct their mistakes later. Always keep in mind that if you feel like you are doing more than you can comfortably handle, you need to pace your planning wisely and avoid foolishly overextending yourself.

Dates for Goals

One great way for pacing to be a part of your planning is for you to establish dates for goals along the way of your planning process. If you have goals and have specific dates for those goals, then you know that you are on track and don’t need to stress about making sure that you don’t miss anything. It is best to begin with a checklist of things that need to be done and then make sure you research the dates that various tasks should be completed by prior to setting up your own wedding planning goal calendar. There are wedding checklist examples on the internet for free that you can use to formulate a proper checklist for your wedding planning goals.

Ask For Help

This truly cannot be emphasized enough. Ask for help! Your relatives and friends all likely want to be a part of your wedding planning and are probably hoping you will ask for their help in making it happen the way you had always hoped. It is a wonderful opportunity for friends who have not yet married to learn more about what will be involved in their own weddings and it is also a major opportunity for you to learn from the planning experience of friends and relatives that actually have had successful and wonderful wedding ceremonies.

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Filed under: Wedding Planning — vicky at 7:37 pm on Friday, July 17, 2009