It is very normal to be nervous running up to a wedding whether it is the bad dreams six weeks out or the panic attack on the evening before. My own vivid memories of the night before my wedding (many years ago) was when I woke up terrifed from a dream. It was pouring with rain and I thought I had left the window open to the room where my beautiful dress was hanging and the cat had climbed in and ripped it with his muddy paws!! Needless to say the dress was hanging beautifully when I checked!!
I guess we all think about something really major disrupting the day but those things are rare and have to be dealt with on the day - you cannot plan for them and it is not worth worrying about something that may not happen.
For most people the problems, if any, are minor. Try to get the whole occasion into perspective - you are marrying the person you love. The only real requirement for the day is that you complete the legal elements of the ceremony - everything else is icing on the cake. So it does not matter if you stumble a little over your vows or turn the wrong way to hand over your flowers, or the DJ plays the wrong tune when you enter the reception - most people wouldn't even notice and if they do they will not be concerned.
Yes there may be minor glitches on the day but they will not detract from the joy of the occasion. Just don't worry - you have made your plans, they are all in place, you have done your best. You can't be responsible for the happiness of every guest on the day or the efficiency of every service provider.
Focus on what is important - your wedding day is the first day of your marriage - maybe 50 or 60 years to look forward to together. Enjoy your day for this reason and let everyone see how happy you are, then any minor dramas will become just that!!
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