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5 things you can do to cure the post-wedding blues

5 things you can do to cure the post-wedding blues


Written by Sarah Tippett


After all the planning, co-ordinating, organising, sweat (or glow as we like to call it) and tears, the fact the BIG DAY is over can cause a case of the blues…

 

 

 

 

#1 Book your honeymoon straight after the wedding. This means the next day you'll already be thinking forward and probably panicking over what you haven't remembered to pack! 

 

 

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#2 Plan a post-wedding party to watch the wedding film or scroll through the photobooth photos! Re-live it in style with lots of bubbles on hand… 

 

 

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#3 Change your outlook! So, we know its your BIG DAY, but there's going to be many other BIG DAYS after this, it's just the beginning! Change your outlook and remember that this day will mark the start of your life together…

 

 

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#4 Plan a project! Whether it's finding that dream home, or redecorating your bedroom so it suits you both - start planning! 

 

 

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#5 Treasure your down time! Now the planning's done, it's important that you remember to RELAX.Now's the time to chill out and enjoy the little things with your new husband! 

 

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