You might laugh, but I tend to think of brides planning their weddings as being similar to an artist in the middle of a very creative spurge. They are overwhelmed by the visions, ideas, and inspirations they hope to honour and express in one very beautiful expression of creativity and individualism. They have critics, coddlers, self-expectations, budgets, logistical constraints that make it difficult for them to get what they want. And they have to balance all of this with their need to have a very special day.
No wonder it can be so emotional to be a bride! It is understandable that you are going to feel angry, get paranoid or touchy, want to cry for no reason, or a for a million reasons. I personally can't blame you for it, and I hope that you have at least a few people in your life, who won't blame you for it either.
That being said, at times recognizing that emotions are fundamentally irrational, and the best way to respect them is to just leave them alone, may be the best course of action. Do what you have to do; cry it out, write it out, exercise it out, just wait until the moment is over, but don't allow it to let you do something you will regret. Sometimes, feelings are just that, and they are better left alone.
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