How to Accessorize Your Wedding
How to Look and Feel Good On Your Wedding Day
Tips on Buying Shoes for Your Wedding
The Truth About Wedding Gloves
Questions and Answers for Buying Wedding Shoes
Buying Wedding Accessories
Bridal Accessories You Really Need
A List Of Bridal Accessories
The Fashionable Role of Bridesmaids
Tips On Bridesmaid Dresses
Keeping Bridesmaid Dresses Perfect for the Wedding
Four Tips On Buying A Bridesmaid Dress
Wedding Jewelry For Kids
Your Maid of Honor Duties
Tips on Keeping A Wedding Gown Clean
Tips on Buying A Wedding Gown
Should I Buy
Is There Such A Thing As A Cheap Wedding Dress
Tips on Preserving A Wedding Dress
Tips on Wearing a Wedding Gown
Wedding Dress Horror Stories
Wedding Gown Prices
Tips on Cleaning Your Wedding Jewelry
The Price Of New Wedding Jewelry
Jewelry For Your Wedding Day
Four Tips On Buying Wedding Jewelry
Five Tips On Buying Wedding Jewelry
Five Bright Ideas For Your Wedding Jewelry
Custom Made Wedding Jewelry
Your Timeline For Wedding Jewelry
Tips On Storing and Wearing Wedding Jewelry
Where To Buy Cheap Wedding Jewelry
I Said Yes
Four Important Wedding Tips
HOW TO LOOK AND FEEL GOOD ON YOUR WEDDING DAY
Nothing sours a wedding photograph of a beautiful bride with a face of discomfort and a dress that just isn't quite right. Consider four tips on looking and feeling good on the day of your wedding day.
1. Stand Up Straight
Wedding dresses were made to accentuate the poised female body. Hunching over and carrying a timid posture only causes waistline wrinkles, pulled sleeves and a skirt that hangs unnaturally. Don't get the impression though that a bride to be should carry a man-like posture. This isn't a head up, shoulders back, chest out drill. It is a feminine posture of elegance. Instead imagine a straight line, from the top of your head down to your feet that passes through the neck, shoulder, waist, hip knee and foot. Another illustration would be to imagine your body as a series of connected pedestals, one resting above the one below. Carrying a lady like countenance and posture is important on the day of your wedding. It makes you look better, appears more confident, and is even more comfortable in the long run.
2. Carry An Extra Set
Of backup grooms? No, more like flat shoes. No bride wants to be running around in high heels all afternoon. Bring some flat shoes with you so all that pacing won't do a number on your feet. Also, be sure and designate someone to remind you to put your heels back on for the wedding ceremony itself, as snide comments about your shoes will compromise an otherwise flawless event.
3. Don't Let Your Guard Down
Not only is locking your knees not becoming of a bride, it also gets physically uncomfortable after a period of times. Additionally, slumping over in a chair also looks bad in photographs, so try and sit at the front of the chair rather than all the way back. This makes you naturally sit up straight.
4. Arrive Early!
What's worse, really? To be chatting with friends a bit overdressed for an hour or two, or frantically running around and the last minute, keeping your guests waiting and tripping over your own heels? When planning a wedding it's always better to get there ahead of time. This allows you to relax and to better prepare for any last minute emergencies. Timing your wedding too close can be disastrous.
Remember to look your best and feel even better on the most important day of you life.