Getting ready on your wedding Morning: Tips & Advice
Here we go! Your big day is here. You planned everything down to the last detail and we’ve come to the beginning of your wedding day.
The getting ready is as important as the ceremony, the vows, the reception and the departure. It is essential to start the day feeling prepared, calm and excited; take a moment to breathe and catch your breath.
In this article we want to give you some advice and try to answer to many questions that have been asked by our brides in the past. We hope they can help you!
The Importance of a Getting Ready Space
Whether you have chosen a private villa or a hotel, it is essential that you choose which will be your queen’s room where you can getting ready yourself in peace and quiet.
You must consider that you will not be alone, but with your bridesmaids, so the room must be spacious, bright and have a large mirror.
Tips for a Calm Wedding Morning
Get a Good Night’s Rest:
this is very important. Your brain is constantly on and the greater your tension, the greater will be your inebriation. Don’t get excited, thinking about what you have to do the next morning. Sleep with a notepad next to the bed if you have to.
Don’t Forget to Eat:
With nerves, emotions and butterflies waving in a frenzy in your stomach, you may find that your appetite is gone. It is very important to make sure you drink water and hydrate and eat something before your wedding.
Use Calming Fragrance:
your room will be more relaxing if it has your favourite scent inside. Aromatherapy is always a great help to ease tensions.
What about getting ready outfits for Bridesmaids?
Lingerie or pajamas? Here you can really have your fun. Some of our favorite options for what to wear while getting ready for a wedding include nightgowns in silk or chiffon fabric or tanks with silk shorts that can be worn over and over again after the wedding day. You could personalize them with each bridesmaid name or with some fun phrases.
Surely you will need to deliver these items to the girls the night before the wedding and in the morning they will be ready to start getting ready.
Try to establish a timeline for both makeup and hairstyle.
Make up & Hair: the bride takes about 90-120 minutes. The bridesmaids, mother and mother-in-law of the bride 1h-1h:30 depending on the hairstyle or hair length
How early should the bride be ready?
Getting ready photos provide an opportunity to capture all of the special details that make up your wedding style. At least an hour before the ceremony starts, the bride should be ready to take the first pictures. The final touches will be perfect for more flattering photos.
Who pays for the bridesmaids hair and makeup?
This is quite a dilemma! Usually, the bride pays for hair and makeup services as a gift to all her bridesmaids. Sometimes, however, the bride provides a make up artist and a hairdresser for her bridesmaids and other ladies who need these services. The bride will have decided in advance the fee for each service and each one will pay for them.
What are the 5 things a bride needs?
Although you may or may not be a superstitious bride, or whether or not you care about your grandmother’s traditions, you absolutely should not have and wear the following on your wedding day today:
The traditional wedding rhyme goes: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in your shoe. It describes the four (technically five) objects a bride should have with her on her wedding day for good luck, and brides have been following this custom for centuries.
Which Getting Ready Accessories should you have?
The smallest details are sometimes the ones that make a photo really important! So don’t forget the following items to enhance your personal morning photo shoot.
Not all details are important. Much is about the value you assign them. Differentiate the details that are worth remembering and photographing as something that is especially important to you or that you took extra time to choose. For example, maybe you have a pin of your grandmother’s on your bouquet or you have the shoes of your dreams and you want to remember how beautiful they were before you ran on the grass.
There are a wide variety of details you can get caught, here’s a fairly complete list to give you some ideas:
Wedding dress (on a pretty hanger, not a plastic one, please!).
Rings (Make sure they’re all in the same place!)
Special Ring Boxes
Tip: Take a deep breath, relax and enjoy the moment. Twenty years from now, you won’t remember the little hiccup on the hem of your bridesmaids, you will remember how much you laughed and danced. How you and your bridesmaids toasted your future and the way you felt when your groom turned to see you for the first time.
Together we will capture those moments, and you will remember this story for the rest of your life. Stay calm and get married!