An inquest has heard that Leanne Baker, 35, was discovered by her fiancé after hanging herself at their home in West Yorkshire on 2nd June 2013.
She had suffered from depression five years earlier but had recovered with treatment and medication; however her anxiety had returned in April 2013.
The Mail Online reports that Leanne was "anxious about her imminent marriage ceremony abroad" as she "did not like being the centre of attention".
She told her family that she was worried she wouldn’t be well enough to go ahead with her wedding abroad, although she told the mental health team that she had no doubt about spending her life with her husband-to-be, David Jackson.
On 4th May 2013, Leanne took an overdose in an attempt to take her own life; she was admitted to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary for two weeks, where she told practitioner Victoria Wilford that she did not regret her overdose actions and had "thoughts of not wanting to be here".
Leanne's parents began sitting in with her while her future husband was at work, so she was not left alone, and she was referred for home-based intensive treatment.
Despite showing signs of getting better, however, Leanne continued to have suicidal thoughts as her anxiety over her wedding continued to affect her mood.
On 2nd June her fiancé left Leanne at home to visit his mother and found she had hanged herself when he returned.
The coroner told the inquest that Leanne was fully aware of the consequences of her actions: "I am also satisfied she intended the consequences would be to end her own life.
"In conclusion Leanne Baker has killed herself."