7 Mantras Anyone Planning a Wedding Can Relate To

People plan weddings all the time, they said. How hard can it be? Planning a wedding can sometimes make you feel... well, like you're losing your mind. We’re here to tell you that you’re not alone and help you get through the day with a little bit of humor. 

1. Be happy. Be bright. Be you.
A reminder for the big day, perhaps? Stay optimistic. Remember that it's about you and your spouse-to-be and that the planning will all be over soon. After that your only job will be to enjoy the party and the rest of your lives together. [via Hattan Home]

2. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
You’re busy. Period dot. Don’t sweat the small stuff and don’t forget to delegate. [via The Oyster’s Pearl on Etsy]

3. She believed she could, so she did.
We believe in you, too! There will be days that are a struggle... like when  you work all day, take your lunch break to plan and then more endless hours when you get home. You’ll get through it, that’s a fact. Just keep your nose to the grindstone. [via Kathryn Riechert on Etsy]

4. Everyday I’m hustlin’.
Whether this means you’re trying to get the best deals or just a reference to the general cloud of crazy you live in these days, a little hustle in your bustle will get you far. [via The Sweetest Digs Co. on Etsy]

5. Get shit done.
At the end of the day, decisions have to be made and you gotta be the one to do it. GSD. [via Lovely Posters on Etsy]

6. Be the Leslie Knope of whatever you do.
You know if Leslie Knope was here she would plan the sh*t out of this wedding. Planners, organizers, and color coding... oh my! [via Charm & Gumption]

7. You can do anything but not everything.
Don’t ever forget that you’re not in this alone. You have a wonderful fiancé (or fiancée), a killer maid of honor (or best man), and family and friends galore. Ask for help so you don’t get completely burnt out and it will be a better planning experience for everyone involved. [via Brittany Garner Design]

And if you know anyone that’s up to their ears in Pinterest boards, flower arrangements, and color swatches consider these gift ideas a way of reaching out and letting them know that everything is going to be okay.