Weddings are the best, y’all. They’re one of the things I miss most about pre-pandemic life. I feel bad for brides that had to move their special days. However, let’s choose to see this as a blessing in disguise, shall we? Now, you have all this time to do what brides should do before their wedding. If anything, y’all should be grateful to have extra planning time.
Every bride wants to look as if she belongs on the cover of a magazine. The best way to ensure you look picture perfect is to get extra fittings. Ladies, don’t be afraid to speak up if you’re unhappy with something. This is the most important outfits of your lives, y’all. So, be sure it fits like a glove.
After you’re sure the dress looks great, take a trip to the spa. A spa trip will relax you during this stressful time, and that’s vital. After all, wedding planning is no joke, y’all. Certain treatments may also give you a glow you wouldn’t have otherwise. So, get gel nail extensions and have a facial. You’ll look and feel better for it.
I’ve been to a lot of weddings, y’all. As a result, I know how crucial it is to pack an emergency kit for the big day. Here are some items to include in the package:
- Tissues (because let’s be real, you’re going to cry)
- Pain-relieving medicine
- Comfortable shoes
This piece has overviewed what brides should do before their wedding. There will be many photographs of the day, y’all. Believe me when I say that some may come back to bite you. If you have “fun-loving” relatives like me, you’ll want to ensure these pictures look fabulous. So, make yourself up and get spa treatments so your gorgeous glow is captured in photo albums.