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Tips for Looking and Feeling Good on Your Wedding Day

By Weddingblog2011

Whether you’re getting married next month or next year, here are some tips to help you prepare to look and feel your best on your big day.

The bridal industry places a lot of emphasis on bridal beauty, including tips for looking and feeling your best on your wedding day. All you have to do is take one look in a bridal magazine to see this.

Bridal professionals know that brides can get stressed out from planning their wedding and that they need help to combat that stress if they want to look and feel their best when they walk down the aisle.

Here are some basic tips to follow that are pretty standard in the bridal beauty world. If you want to look and feel great when your wedding day rolls around, start taking these tips seriously from the moment you set your wedding date.


Work out 30 minutes a day. Make exercise a top priority every day to fight stress and weight gain. Your blood pressure and your waistline will thank you!

Be proactive with your skincare regimes. Take care of your skin by moisturizing regularly and always stay hydrated. Periodic trips to the spa for facial and other treatments will help, too.

Don’t skimp on your sleep. Everyone can tell when you’ve skipped a few hours of sleep. Your eyes and your skin look tired and puffy, and you can look downright stressed if you habitually lose sleep during the wedding planning process. Try to get at least eight hours in each night to ensure a healthy complexion and energy level.

Schedule some downtime. Learn to take time for yourself, just as you make time for exercise and all of your wedding planning tasks. Whatever you need to do to get away from the planning stress, do it. You don’t want to get burned out. Paint, go for a jog, or go see a movie with a girlfriend, and schedule some downtime for yourself at least once a week, regardless of how hectic your schedule may be.

These basic tips for looking and feeling good on your wedding day are simple yet effective!


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