Sunday, November 30, 2014

Once Again...31 Days of Wedding Blogging!

Beginning tomorrow, I will be challenging myself to blog everyday for the entire month of December!  Once again, I'm very excited about the adventure as I initially challenged myself in December 2011 to get my blog "wheels" turning.  I'm asking for your support in sharing WEDology Blog with your peers and anyone you know who may be getting married.

With engagement season upon us, I'd like to give the newly engaged couples some thoughtful ideas when it comes to adding those small details...or should I say...finishing touches to her wedding day.  There will be no uniform order for the posts other than seeing a post every day during December at approximately 10:00amCST.

Some of the topics will include:
fun favors,
the ceremony aisle,
capturing reception moments,
delicious cakes and desserts,
vendor questions,
fab fashion tips
...and plenty, plenty more!

Well let me get started...and I'll see you tomorrow!

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Your Best Face On Wedding Day

Brides are so focused on the wedding gown, that they tend to leave out other factors in creating their wedding day look.  The one I want to address in this blog post is wedding day make-up and prepping your skin.

  • If you have skin issues, reach out to a dermatologist 5-6 months before the wedding to start a skincare regime.
  • If you don't already...make sure to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water
  • Always have a make-up trial with the artist 3-4 months before your wedding, even if there is a fee involved involved.  You do not want to be shocked by your "look" on one of the most important days of your life.
  • Speak with your make-up artist at least a month before the wedding to confirm date, time and location.
  • Ask your make-up artist about the brand of lipstick you will be wearing on wedding day and purchase a tube for touch-ups.
  • Never get a facial the day before or on your wedding day in case of breakouts or skin irritation.
  • Have you wedding make-up applied at least one-hour before you are to put on your wedding gown.
Also check out our blog - Budgeting Beyond The Wedding Gown.

Until next time...WEDologize!

(photo credit: Rush Photography and Videography)


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