Your top wedding worries – and how to solve them

by hellomagazine.com

It's the day when you're expected to look your best, you want everyone to have fun and you want to screen the best man's speech before he delivers. Not to mention make sure the wedding photographer captures every single detail of your once-in-a-lifetime day.

It's no wonder that planning a wedding can be dampened by the little stresses. But fear not, help is at hand.

Online gift retailer gettingpersonal.co.uk asked 1,000 new brides what their biggest worries were in the lead-up to their big day – and solved them!

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41 per cent worried about achieving "the perfect wedding". Everyone's idea of "perfect" is different. All that matters is that it's perfect for you.

16 per cent worried that the best man would misbehave at the reception. Ask your fiancé to brief his best man on anything you won't be happy with.

36 per cent wanted to copy weddings they had seen on social media. Don't feel guilty about taking inspiration from others. When you put everything together, it'll be unique to you.

One third worried about how photos would look on Facebook. Ask guests not to post photos until you have and change your settings to pre-approve photos you're tagged in.

33 per cent felt the need to plan purely for social media. Just focus on enjoying yourself. The best thing others can see is having a good time.

1 out of 5 women thought official photos wouldn't look as good as their selfies. You know your best angle and lighting, so don't be afraid to direct the photographer.

1 in 10 women worried their bridesmaids wouldn't fit into their dresses. Make sure your bridesmaids choose the dress size they are in, not what they want to be. Material can always be taken in.

1 in 10 couldn't forgive a friend who bought the same dress. Use your make-up, hair styling and accessories to ensure your personality shines through.

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