So, as brides have now found their Mr. Right of their dreams, the real challenge for the Big Day now begins. Weddings can be a mixed bag of emotions, glamour, wildness, elegance yet keeping it traditional amongst all the arrangement and organizing. But, one characteristic feature that remains constant is always the pressure to look perfect irrespective of the fact the bride might be getting shoe bites from those new heels.
Families and couples spend months deciding the wedding date, venue, invitee’s lists, and the theme. The idea of a perfect outfit, accessories can take a substantial amount of time and energy. The most important aspect here becomes to take care of yourself amongst all the preparations going on.
Brides can start preparing for their Big Day at least 6 months to a year before the wedding. This should include completing all the personal planning. Family and friends can decide the venue, menu, gifts/return gifts so that the bride can concentrate on herself solely. The best way is to plan the priorities from booking appointments for hair, makeup, a visit to a dermatologist can be useful as skin takes time to heal and also gives the opportunity to get pampered.
This is one of the best and most popular ways to free the skin from all dead cells and blackheads. This requires brides to exfoliate the skin before using a face wash two or three times a week. It is advised to use a mild face wash as a strong or harsh one can cause irritation and in some cases rashes.
Meditation helps in reducing stress, and 15 minutes each day is enough and will make brides calm after a hectic day. Also, positive thinking will help in staying calm. Brides should think about the phase after this chaotic period has passed. Thus, making them more serene and the wedding will feel like a breeze. A serene body with inner peace will eventually lead to better photographs for Instagram.