As a bride it is imperative for you to know that worrying at the last minute is very harmful to you and your system. A bride once said she had running stomach on the day of her wedding because she had too much worries and running around on her… I bet you know No bride wants that on the D-day preparations and necessary observations should be made less than 6 months before your wedding…
In this content I’ll be giving you guides to make your wedding a stress free one!
Six Months Before
Hire your hairstylist and makeup artist to confirm that he/she will be able to create your dream hair-do and look.
Three Months Before
Start dieting. Nothing drastic though. Just begin to eliminate unnecessary Sugar, Carbs, Fats, Carbonated drinks and so on. Start introducing Fruits and Veggies into your diet. Trust me it will pay you off to look fit and firm in your dress.
One Month Before
Do a final fitting of your dress. Also be careful not to rip or rumple it. Continue your bridal beauty fitness routine.
Two Weeks Before
Get your facial treatment done. Also pack a bridal emergency kit that includes all essentials for your wedding day
One Week Before
Wax your hair down there as well as your legs, underarms, eyebrows, upper lip. Catch up with your beauty rest. Sleep is a necessity for the beautiful bride.
The Day Before
Get your hair fixed or made up. Make sure the hair is easy to carry. Also get your nails done. Don’t forget to take more water to maintain great skin and to keep you hydrated.
The Wedding Day
Begin the morning with a sweet loving conversation with God. Make up your mind that nothing whatsoever will spoil your mind and day. Eat breakfast, enjoy being in the moment, get your hair and make-up done, get in your dress and get down the aisle girl and SMILE!!!
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