By Lynn Adams
Now I know that complex carbs aren’t part of the “wedding diet” but it isn’t going to make a difference on how your dress fits that day.
For those that don’t know this, outside of being a wedding photographer, I’m also a Registered Nurse (RN) so its inherent in my nature to make sure your ok. It’s going to be a long day with lots of stuff going on and easy to forget to eat. Some couples barely have an opportunity to taste their dinner with all the activities. A hearty breakfast may be the only thing to get you through the day. Carbs and Proteins take a while to break down in your body and keep you going so think of them as and extended wedding day fuel source.
No bride likes to be rushed on her wedding day. There is enough stress going on as is. You want to be able to relax, drink a mimosa and have a good time and share a few laughs with your bridesmaids all while being pampered.
When getting hair and makeup done, consider wearing a robe, blouse, or dress shirt instead of a tank-top or something that has to be pulled over your fresh makeup and hair. These types of shirts are easily unbuttoned without doing any damage to hair and makeup.
Let’s be honest, the bride has every detail mapped out and bridesmaids are great at helping a bride remember everything that she needs. Grooms just kind of go with the flow and Groomsmen are really helpful in remembering to bring the beer, but less likely to make sure you have all the bases covered. Don’t be that groom forgot that really important thing.
“I love it when my feet hurt” said no bride ever. Sore and painful feet can make you cranky. Nobody likes a cranky bride. Even if its just around the house a few times, walk around in the new shoes to stretch them out a bit. Your feet will thank you 10 hours later on the wedding day.
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