As different as every couple, wedding color schemes have become another way to distinguish and personalize your special event. Once you pin down your wedding date (or at least the season) and look into venues, tackle this topic to bring more clarity to your vision. Your wedding color scheme not only enhances your best look on your big day, but will add richness to your wedding theme. The following wedding color schemes tips do not spell out trendy color combos—since words hardly give justice to a hue—but they do suggest where to go for inspiration before the infinite color wheel saturates you...
Keep reading here because where and when you get married will have a big impact on your wedding color scheme.
The food on your wedding day is going to be talked about almost as long as the dress you wore and the vows. When planning your menu, it’s important to provide food that the two of you love, and also leaves a wonderful impression on guests’ palettes...
Keep reading here, including help on culturally significant dishes, the cocktail hour and the "mandatory" vegetarian options.
Glowing skin and a captivating smile is as simple as drinking water, exfoliating and making time for exercise.
Deadlines at the office, bringing your car in for that oil change, bills to be paid, appointments with wedding vendors… don’t forget organizing the guest list and tastings...
Life is hectic when planning your wedding, but don’t neglect your body! Make it a priority to drink at least four 8 oz glasses of water each day. Water flushes out the toxins, hydrates your skin (which is actually the largest organ of your body) and nourishes your mind & body. Drinking water will ensure your skin is plump and healthy for your makeup artist. Think of your face as a canvas. If the canvas is cracked and uneven, the finished product will reflect such. A smooth, even surface will ensure picture-perfect makeup.
Exfoliating your skin and lips is equally beneficial. A wet washcloth applied in circular motions is great for the face and a toothbrush with Vaseline brushed on the lips are inexpensive exfoliants. Making time for a daily, twenty-minute walk is a simple way to exercise. This effortless task will keep your heart strong and circulate your blood, promising healthy skin, nails, and hair.
Elysa Ross is a celebrity makeup artist & paramedical Aesthetician who has been perfecting bridal makeup & skincare for over fifteen years. Check back next week for more beautiful bride tidbits and advice or email Elysa at email@example.com with your beauty questions and concerns!