Proactively tackle wedding stress with these healthy tips before you start wedding planning.

Ready to start planning your dream day? Of course you are! But first, take a deep breath and begin your journey to looking and feeling your best for your pre and post-wedding activities by adopting these healthy habits.

1. Talk It Out

Planning a wedding is the time where you and your partner need to bring your A+ communication skills to the table. There are many things on the road to getting married that if left unresolved, can create resentment and anger that will spoil the celebration. By developing good communication habits early on, you learn how to address problems directly and openly.

2. Boost Your Body Image

A positive body image outweighs any wedding diet that could be harmful in the long run. That said, if you want to create a healthy fitness plan that matches your personal goals, make sure to do it smartly. Your wedding day should never be a day you look back on and think how you extreme-dieted or overexercised. Make your health and connection to your body the priority.

3. Get Enough sleep

Whether you go to bed early or stay up late, the most important thing is you have at list seven hours off sleep.  Not to mention, sleep helps you create a clear and healthy mind, which will help you manage any wedding or work-related responsibilities

4. Keep Your Focus With Meditation

Practice meditation to stay present and fully enjoy each moment says. There are no rules for where and when to do it just taking 10 minutes a day to focus on your breathing called mindfulness meditation can make positive changes and improve your concentration when it comes to wedding-related stress. Meditation is called a practice because it’s not going to be perfect every time. It teaches you to focus on one thing, be patient with yourself and get out of your own head. When you’re focused and calm, you don’t run the risk of missing those special wedding day moments you want to remember.

5. Get That Glow

Find that perfect skin care products that well help you to achieve that bridal glow. You don’t want to wait until the last minute if you’re dealing with acne, enlarged pores or sensitive skin . Make sure you have enough time for the usage of these products.

6. Get Comfortable Asking for Help

Whether you have a wedding planner or not, it’s important to realize that it’s perfectly okay to ask for help leading up to your wedding day. You may have a type A personality, but enlisting the help of friends and family can make the process easier and more meaningful. Your loved ones will likely be thrilled to give their opinions and help out, so don’t be afraid to speak up. Besides, keeping your mental health in check is more important than making DIY invitations alone at 4 hours to the Dee-day.

7. Remove These Three Ds From Your Vocabulary

Looking and feeling your best while planning shouldn’t have to involve these three crash: dieting, detoxing and depriving yourself of certain food groups. Wedding planning is stressful enough already, and you don’t want your eating habits to add to it. Taking a healthy, balanced approach to eating doesn’t have to mean changing up your diet all at once, because then it’s hard to keep it up.