Cupid's Pulse Article: Katy Perry’s Pre-Wedding ExcitementCupid's Pulse Article: Katy Perry’s Pre-Wedding Excitement

Katy Perry is enjoying her final days as a single woman.  Following her performance on Britain’s The X-Factor, Perry and fiancé Russell Brand talked to judge Simon Cowell backstage.   A source tells Us Magazine, “She had so much fun with Simon, and Russell was chatting with him too.  Katy was hugging Russell a lot after her performance.  She kept asking him, ‘Was I OK?’ ‘Was it OK?’, but he was nothing but supportive.  He was stroking her bum in her catsuit.  He couldn’t keep his hands off her, actually.”  The engaged pair also went to a private screening of The Social Network on Monday.  On Tuesday, Perry and Brand intend to fly to India for their extravagant 6-day wedding celebration.  The few guests, including Rihanna, will stay in “pimped out” tents and are to be flown in on private jets.  Despite the extravagance,  Brand seemed uneager to talk about the celebration.  “I’m trying to preserve it, to keep it a beautiful thing,” Brand explained.  “I think people get the wrong idea on how we want the wedding to play out.  Love between two people is the most spectacular yet ordinary thing in the world.”

What are some things to be careful about before your wedding?

Cupid’s Advice:

The days before your wedding are nerve-wracking, exciting, and unlike anything you have ever experienced.  While you should enjoy these last few days to the best of your ability, here a few things of which to beware:

1. Too much talk: No matter how excited you are, talking about your wedding too much may ruin the big day.  By talking about the big day, you raise expectations.  Hold disappointment at bay, and keep at least some of your excitement to yourself.

2. Stress: Wedding planning is stressful.  You want the best day possible, but by accepting the fact that no wedding is absolutely perfect, you will be able to relax and really enjoy the day without worrying about minor things.

3. Too many nerves: Chances are, before your wedding you are feeling excited and nervous. While it is good to share your nerves, make sure you do so in a healthy way so you don’t give your friends and family the wrong idea.