Every bride has her own approach to her wedding day. Whether you’re spontaneous and carefree, or practical and grounded, your energy will influence every step leading up to your big moment. The tarot can offer guidance on how to make the most of your signature style and also teach you how to avoid potential roadblocks that may arise. Read each bride-style listed and then pick the one that most resonates for you. Use the ideas listed by your type to help you make your wedding day dreams come true!
Bridal Style: Your practical, grounded nature makes you a natural at planning a wedding. You probably had the caterer booked and your dress picked out even before your fiancee proposed. If it’s in your budget, you’ve probably already picked an expert wedding planner, but if not, there’s no need to worry because you can handle organizing your big day with one hand tied behind your back.
Bride Challenge: You’ll enjoy your day the most if you factor some fun into the equation. Remember that a wedding should be a time for you to celebrate and enjoy yourself, so try and delegate as many tasks as you can to people you can trust. If this seems impossible, instead attempt to narrow down your “non-negotiable” wedding events so that you can leave some off the list if necessary.
Bride Style: You envision a wedding that is no fuss and no muss. Rather than a big, extravagant affair, you really just want to get it over with and would be fine with a courthouse ceremony. The marriage is more important to you than the day itself, so you don’t see the point in wasting too much time on something that doesn’t have all that much value to you.
Bride Challenge: Other people such as your family, friends or even fiancee may be pressuring you to participate in a more elaborate affair. If this is the case, get a wedding planner. Ask those who are most invested in you having a more involved wedding to pitch in to cover the cost. Though you might not have that strong of an opinion about colors, music, venue, etc., do try to express some of your tastes, otherwise you’ll end up at a wedding that might as well be somebody else’s.
Bride Style: You just want to have fun and see your wedding day as a great excuse to have a big party. Your wedding will probably be overflowing with high spirits and good times. Creativity and entertainment are important elements to making your wedding day everything you’ve dreamed of.
Bride Challenge: As they say, “the devil is in the details”. Though you might have a great vision of what you want your wedding to look like, taking care of all the little elements that go into manifesting your dream may be a little harder to pull off. Hire a wedding planner or enlist the help of a friend or family member who is good at organizing details and following through.
Bride Style: Your wedding is an opportunity for you to gather all the people you love in one space. You care more about the emotional and spiritual energy of your wedding day than how things look or how much money you spend. The ceremony and vows are the most important part of your day, so take the time to make sure they feel right to you.
Bride Challenge: Though you may not be that invested in your wedding aesthetic, you do want things to look a certain way. If you don’t have access to a wedding planner, try getting help from a friend whose style or taste you admire. Have them design a “look” for your wedding, so that you have some kind of cohesive theme already in place. That way you can devote your time to the parts of the wedding you care more about.