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In the months, weeks and days leading up to your wedding, there never seems to be enough time to get everything done. Many brides and grooms-to-be (not to mention their close friends and relatives) spend their engagement completely wrapped up in planning the big day.
But what happens after the wedding day finally comes…and goes? Many couples experience some sort of post-wedding blues. These feelings may kick in after returning home from the honeymoon, after finishing the last Thank You note, or upon returning to work. After so much time spent focusing on a single event, it is not too surprising to think that you might be a bit bummed once it’s all over.
There is no need to worry, however, if you are experiencing wedding planning withdrawal. You are not alone and it is a very treatable ailment. Here are a few ideas to help ease you into matrimony and kick those post-wedding blues:
Do you or someone you know suffer from post-planning blues? Let us know your thoughts on how to treat this all too common ailment.