Pamper and prepare yourself
Taking care of yourself should be top
priority and you need to choose the right beauty treatment for you and your
skin. Just make sure to start a beauty routine at least 10 days before your
wedding date, as facials can irritate your face, waxing can cause discomfort
and massages can lead to sore muscles. And since your smile is the most
important feature you need to show off, start your teeth whitening process with
Crest a month ahead to have the brightest
smile when your big day is finally here.
Finalize all your wedding related tasks
Before putting the final touches on your wedding, make sure you have a wedding checklist in hand so you don’t forget any details, whether big or small. Make sure you:
Get a final head count of the invitees: you will need to call or email those who haven’t RSVP’d your wedding invitation, in order to get back to your wedding caterer and venue and cut any costs you can avoid. Get someone to help you if you have a large list.
Wrap up the seating chart: after getting the final list of attendees, sit down with your husband-to-be in order to finalize the seating arrangements. Once done, make sure to send a copy to the wedding planner, photographer and the person/host who will be in charge of welcoming the guests.
Go over the final details with your
vendors: you will need to review all of the details with them during a meeting
or at least a phone call, to confirm their schedules and make sure they have
everything under control. In the last month, you will also need to have your
final payments ready to avoid having to take care of these details last minute
or on your wedding day.
Confirm beauty appointments and try the whole look
When it comes to your beauty appointments, don’t leave anything last minute:
Schedule the final fitting and put the last touches on your wedding gown at least 3 weeks before the big day.
Plan a hair and make-up trial with your veil to decide on your final look.
Book your beauty appointments (mani, pedi, hair, make-up, etc.) and confirm timings with every team.
Once your dress is ready, try on the full
look at home including shoes, veil and jewelry making sure everything looks
great. Most importantly break in your shoes and wear them around the house to
get used to them.
Organize and confirm honeymoon plans
If you are going on a honeymoon, you will
need to confirm that all your travel arrangements are set, from flight and
hotel reservations to airport pickup and activities you will be taking part
of. Depending on your destination, make
sure you make a honeymoon list of
all the items you will need. Packing should also be done in advance so you
don’t have to worry about last-minute laundry or forgotten items.
Keep yourself stress-free
Now that you have everything planned
ahead of time, dedicate some time to relax and breathe before the big day.
Treat yourself to a massage and relax with a home spa experience using Febreze making sure your home smells fresh and is
stress-free. Now, all you need to do is wait and catch up on some sleep before
the big day.
Prepare a wedding emergency kit
No matter how well you are prepared, you
never what kind of surprises you might face on your wedding day. You might wake
up with a zit or tear your dress during the wedding the ceremony. Hence, the
need to pack an emergency kit. Download our wedding emergency toolkit below,
and be entirely ready for anything that may come your way.
Are you planning your wedding this year? Share with us in the comments which step do you think is most important during the planning phase.