Marriage is a fun romantic thing in the hope that it will only be held once in a lifetime.
Approaching the week and month before the wedding day, sometimes the couple often unwittingly stressed.
Especially when checking marriage lists, most couples end up disagreeing with one another, or with friends and family.
Some of the most common points of debate among wedding planners are invitations, venues, décor, businesses, traditions, and so on.
First, be proactive. If you see something wrong, even if it’s something small, start a conversation about it.
Precisely these small things tend to become big things if left unrevealed or not resolved. Start the conversation as early as possible.
Talk to your partner about problems that are very difficult.
It is best to inform each other about unpleasant things about the behavior the partner doesn’t like.
To overcome this doubt, then speak openly in order to solve the problem.
Listen to it
Conversely, when your partner is talking, you need to listen.
Don’t just listen to what they want to do but also listen to why they want to do it.
This can help you understand their perspectives.
Find a compromise
Compromise is one of the biggest keys to making any relationship work.
If you and your partner cannot reach a resolution after explaining each of your viewpoints, each must make sacrifices.
Negotiating openly is one way to find a compromise with a partner.
If you have difficulty making a joint decision, consider dividing authority in the middle.
One person can take full responsibility for certain responsibilities, while another person has the final decision on a different set of responsibilities.
Work with third parties
If you and your partner find it difficult to find common ground, consider consulting a neutral third party, a kind of mediator to help you see new perspectives.
Talk to friends or family members about this problem, so get a solution from them.
So that it can illuminate some ideas that you might ignore.
Give yourself plenty of time
To prevent more severe problems, then give yourself as much time as possible to solve them.
The fight over invitations will be far more important if you have six months to find out than if you only have one or two days.
This won’t make your problems disappear, but it will make them easier to handle.
If you can follow these steps before, during, and after the wedding planning process, some of the problems that you may have will still be problems that need to be resolved.
Pay close attention to your partner’s thoughts and feelings, and whoever is involved in the wedding planning process, and focus your efforts to make the process as smooth as possible.