Tip # 1: Get a spray tan 3-4 days before the wedding day.
I had a lady come to my house. She had a spray tan tent and it only cost 40$. A spray tan is a good way to go if you aren't a fan of tanning beds/booths. If you are getting married in the summer and think I will just lay out the week of the wedding! Guess what, it won't happen (not being a debby downer, just realistic. It will either rain, be cloudy or you will be busy doing last minute things for the big day!) A spray tan won't take care of major tan lines, but it will even out a tiny tan line (I got a sun burn in 3 months before the wedding and still had a light line from my bathing suit)
It gave me a bridal glow!
Tip # 2: Wear a button down shirt when you are getting ready so your hair and makeup don't get messed up when you go to put your wedding dress on.
Tip # 3: Apply waterproof mascara over your other mascara so when you cry your makeup doesn't run.
Tip # 4: Buy the lip gloss your makeup artist uses so you can reapply before pictures.
|Last minute fixes before walking down the aisle|
Tip # 5: Don't wash your hair the day of the wedding. Most stylists recommend you wash your hair the day before.
Tip #6: Carry extra bobby pins in your purse. That way you can quickly fix your hair and get right back to the party.
Tip # 7: Don't forget to put on deodorant! Your nerves will make you sweat a little more than normal, don't be a smelly bride!
I knew I had applied deodorant after I showered in the morning, but when we got in the limo, I freaked and said "oh my gosh, I don't remember if I put deodorant on after I put my dress on!" Luckily Mandy (Matt's sister and a bridesmaid) said "I have some!" So of course I put it on in the limo, while driving to the church. I think 3 other bridesmaids applied as well; Laughing the whole time!!