When it comes to wedding photos, many brides-to-be focus on choosing the right wedding photographer. Once chosen, how their photos will turn out is often given little thought as the planning of other parts of the wedding take over. While choosing the right photographer is important, there are a number of ways below which can help you to look your best on the big day.
Don’t Be Afraid to Try a New Style
Have you ever seen your friends’ wedding photos and thought they looked exactly like every other bride. This is often because brides will only trial one makeup look – the classic bride. And while this is certainly the most popular choice, it isn’t your only one. Speak with your makeup artist about trialing a few makeup styles. While you could end up choosing a classic look, there may be aspects of other styles which you can incorporate to set your look apart from the rest and make your photos unique.
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Remove – Don’t Cover Up
If you have been considering taking out any piercings or undergoing tattoo removal, now is the time to take the plunge. While fashion jewelry may look good for your everyday look, it may not match the elegance of a wedding. When it comes to tattoos that you may have been thinking about, don’t just cover them up with a dress, have them removed.
One of the most common reasons for a bride to look stressed in her weddings photos is actual stress. Planning a wedding is no easy task, and ensuring that it is all running perfectly on the day takes a lot of time and effort. Instead of managing it yourself, either hire a wedding planner, or delegate tasks to your bridesmaids to manage. Additionally, speak with your friends about their weddings and find out what went wrong or what they worried about the most. This can be a great way to plan contingencies for common wedding day challenges and help you to stay relaxed.
Remember that your wedding day is a day full of happiness, and the key to ensuring it is a smooth event is to plan. Once you have ensured everything has been organized, trust in yourself and leave the rest to fate.