You may not have a double chin in real life, but posing in certain ways in pictures can make it look like you do. This wedding photo mistake can be easily avoided using a proper posing technique known as “the turtle.” This tip comes straight from the fashion industry. Put your shoulders down and back which extends the neck naturally, then bring the neck forward and chin down for a double-chin-less wedding photo.
Know that your dress is hot
We’re talking temperature hot, ladies (Although yes, we’re sure it will be stunning as well). Unless you’re planning on tying the knot in a very loose-fitting and flowy gown on a beach where there will be many cool breezes, consider the fabric on your dress and where you’re getting married. A tight-fitting dress in a warm venue can lead to excessive sweating, which we’re sure you don’t want on your special day. To prevent this from happening, grab some baby powder and cover your inner thighs with a light coating before slipping on your dress. This will help you avoid sweating and chafing throughout the day and night. It’s also a good idea to stay hydrated to avoid dehydration.
Subscribe to bridal magazines
When you get engaged, you’re going to be heading to the store to buy a huge stack of bridal magazines. But you can save yourself a whole lot of money by purchasing a 1-year subscription online to magazines like Martha Stewart Weddings and Brides instead of buying them at the store. Once you’ve tied the knot and no longer need the magazines, cancel your subscription.
Add a few dumbbells to your regular workout routine. You won’t look bulky, rather, you’ll be nice and toned for all of those wedding pictures. Your arms and back will be the body parts most on display, so you’ll want to focus on those. There are plenty of arm and back workouts on YouTube that are quick, giving you time to fit in a quick workout in between planning for the big day.