Thursday, June 21, 2012

Good Wedding Day

Here are some tips for the you good and perfect wedding day! Flowers are in full bloom at this time of the year, making the world around us look lovelier and more colorful.  Surrounded by such beauty, you can’t help but see the world through rose-colored glasses.  Indeed, flowers can make us feel good in more ways than one. 

Feel-good tips for the bride and the groom

Planning your wedding, though of course a happy process, also has its share of stress.  But worry not! We'll help you banish the bad vibes and make yourselves feel good on one of the best days of your life together: your wedding day.  Here are some things you can do a week before the big day.

Have a spa experience at home

Relax with your would-be significant other by having a foot massage side by side at home.  Set the relaxing mood by lighting some candles and burning aromatherapy oils.  Here are some essential oils you can try: lavender, tea tree, and eucalyptus.

Go on a date

Relive the early days of your relationship and go on a date.  Go back to your old favorite hangout – a cafe or a restaurant, perhaps – and reminisce together.  When good memories come rushing back to you, you'll instantly feel better.

Exercise together

Exercise has some uplifting effects, like releasing the so-called “happy hormone,” endorphins, and reducing stress.  Take a brisk walk or a jog around the neighborhood with your exercise buddy and soon-to-be spouse.  It's a great way to feel and, of course, look good.

Hang out with your friends

Spread the love among your friends!  Invite them over for a casual dinner and share some laughs as you feast on home-cooked goodies.  Studies show that being around your good friends reduces stress.

Take a quick trip

If you can squeeze this into your schedule, have a day trip to a destination convenient to both of you – even just a community park will do.  Once you're there, have a picnic, and try not to think about the nitty gritty of the wedding ceremony.  Just focus on the two of you – and the many happy days you'll spend together after saying “I do.”


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