No matter how prepared you are, it’ll happen. Something will go wrong. How will you handle it?
In a world of Pinterest, finding inspiration for the perfect make-up is limitless. As you choose your dress and hair style it is important to meet with your make-up artist early to determine what your day-of look will be. Some brides (myself included) go through multiple sessions with their make-up artist to get that perfect look.
You’ve heard the old English rhyme something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Having one of each of these items is considered good luck. If you’re superstitious and want luck on your side, or if you’re traditional and want to do what brides before you have done, then you’ll want to follow this rhyme closely.
Your wedding is a big deal to you (plural) and it may also be a reason to celebrate for your dearest friends and relatives. Some of whom you may determine should be part of your bridal party, not just the celebration. It is important that you are clear about what the attendants’ financial and personal responsibilities are so that you can also inform your prospects before they accept the job.