You want to get things done. You've got bridesmaid dresses to choose from, the caterer needs to be booked, you need to decide on the flowers, not to mention that you need to decide on a wedding dress! You realize that you can't do everything on your own and finally decide to ask for help. But remember, you want to be a bride not a bridezilla!
When needing help during difficult or stressful situations sometimes one ends up demanding help rather than asking for help. This will get you nowhere. You will alienate those around you and they will play "Here Comes The Bridezilla From Hades" as you walk down the aisle.
Here are a few tips to help you ASK for favors rather than DEMAND help.
1. Asking For Favors is an Earned Privilege - When asking for favors don't run asking help from those people you rarely speak to. They will feel like you only call on them when you need something.
2. Don't Make Them Feel Obligated - If you ask for help and they want to help you then they will. If you can, send them an email or leave a message asking them the favor. This will give them time to think it over without feeling pressured. Don't wait until 15 minutes before the florist closes to ask your friend to run by the florist to pick up flowers. Plan ahead.
3. Imagine You Were Them - Before asking the favor of someone ask yourself if you would be aggravated if someone asked you to do the same thing. For instance, wouldn't you be a bit frustrated if a friend asked you to drive 2 hours to pick up a wedding favor sample?
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