All posts tagged: wedding planning stress

Celebrate the Launch of Zola Weddings and Visit the Zola Retreat

We surveyed 500 couples about wedding planning stress and discovered that—wait for it—wedding planning is indeed stressful. 96% of the audience labeled it as such with 40% specifically using the words “very” and “extremely.” To help couples de-stress and enjoy their engagement more, we created Zola Weddings, a free suite of wedding planning tools, and dreamed up the Zola Retreat, an immersive space where you can relax, reboot, and reconnect with yourselves and each other. Whether you’re hitched, engaged, or making guest appearances at several nuptials this season, come experience some chill vibes and serious om at 43 Crosby Street this Saturday, April 22, 11AM – 4PM. Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect. Radiate with Aura Photography See how your personalities colorfully combine in our couples photo booth. Discover your strongest shared traits, then let your findings guide you from engagement to life as newlyweds. Renew with Light Therapy Infuse your spirit with soothing sounds and pulsating colors—a perfect beginning to our inspirational boutiques, each inspired by a Zola Weddings website design. …

Science: Wedding Planning Is Stressful

Being engaged is supposed to be a happy, celebratory time. But the truth is, after you say “yes” and finish a glass of champagne, it’s time to plan the wedding. And while that sounds like a whole lot of fun to some, it can typically be a stressful, time-consuming task to most. We wanted to know, just how stressful is wedding planning really? So we surveyed 500 engaged and newlywed couples nationwide and found that 96% of them find wedding planning stressful, leaving 4% of these people either lying or superhuman. Here are a few additional insights from our study and a fun infographic posted below: 86% of respondents suffered on average 3+ stress-induced symptoms, including skin breakouts, hair loss, loss of sex drive, insomnia, headaches 47% of couples considered eloping or getting married at city hall 71% of those surveyed said wedding planning was more stressful than major life events, like buying a home, and finding a job On average, couples used 3+ resources to plan their wedding, like spreadsheets, Google Docs, apps, services, …