Tips and Hacks to look your best on your big day:

Your big day is nearing and you are bound to be overwhelmed with emotions.

It’s that moment you must have been waiting for since when you were probably 8 so no doubt you want to look the best version of yourself.

In order to get that perfect beauty, it’s always better to plan out a beauty regime months ahead of the wedding day.

Here are a few pro tips for you to feel beautiful both inside and out!

Get your nails and teeth done:

Once you get engaged, obviously your ring is what everyone would be interested in. SO keep those hands primed and beautiful with regular manis. Also try experimenting with colors, just so that you know the best picks for the days of the big event.

Your smile is next most noticed thing, after your attire, on your big day, So in order to get that pearly whites in your picture marathon, its advised to get your dental professionally whitened once and that too at least 6 months ahead of the wedding day- because you don’t want to go overboard with artificial looking teeth.

Eat right and keep hydrated:

I know you are stressed out with all the planning and organizing, and all you want is to sit back and get some “comfort-food” time! But for the sake of your big day, try staying away from sugar, lots of sodium and processed foods. Yes I know it gives you pleasure but at the expense of belly fat and bloating. And obviously, we don’t want that.

Also try to cut down on your alcohol intake, as it tends to make your skin puffy and dry.

Instead, focus on boosting your energy,  fueling your body, and clearing up your skin include a lot of green vegetables, fruit and lots of water in your diet.

Get Active:

Get fit by including work out sessions in your daily schedule, it helps tighten and firm your body, detox your skin, boosts energy and makes you feel like a happier person.  Make sure you do a few sets of dumbbell every day so as to get finely toned back, arms and shoulders.

If considering a personal trainer months ahead is a tad bit over the budget then try hiring one for the last month and figure out a plan to get that perfect curve ready.

Prep your face; do makeup test run:

Skin that looks sun-kissed will give you a healthy natural glow. Engaging in Weekly exfoliation can provide you with a smooth surface which can be perfect for flawless makeup application. At least three months prior to your wedding, Start your facials appointments with your beauty expert. Regular facial pampering boosts your skin’s health and gives it a clearer and brighter look. You should also do both hair and makeup trial at least 3 months before so that you can fine-tune   your look for the day

Pack your Handy-bag:

Keep your self-prepared for any crazy wedding hoax that can happen, may it be flyaway hairs or false eyelashes, make sure you a backup for all of it ready at your fingertips.  Start getting this bag ready as and how you begin planning your wedding details. This way you wouldn’t have to fret over it on the eve of the big day!

Miss to Mrs: Day1

I’m sure you’re one of those pretty girls who smile as and when you read the word ‘bride’. The best part is that you’re smiling a bit more now since you have just realized what a transformation you’re going to go through.

Feeling something intensely grave and emotional? Well, here’s when we come to your rescue.
Marriage brings a big change in a woman’s life. As a newlywed bride, she always has a lot of things going on in her mind.

#1. Have I woken up at the right time?

“I hope I have not woken up too late?” You would definitely not want to leave a bad impression in front of your in-laws by getting up quite late in the morning.
Probably this would be the first thing to come in your mind as soon as you will be out of your bed.

#2. OMG, we are actually married!

It becomes impossible to believe that 5 months of crazy wedding planning is over and you are already a Mrs. of Mr. ‘X’

#3. What do I wear?

True you are relieved that you don’t need to wear those heavy lehengas and jewellery but then what do you wear? You can’t go casual nor can you go too gothy.
Well, we hope now you know what else to add to your shopping list.

#4.  This mehendi! Will it ever come off

Especially those who aren’t really fond of it and wore it just for the heck of it, you know-it’s a bride thing!

#5. I am excited about my honeymoon!

Yeaaayy!! The honeymoon is finally here – you are dreaming of your perfect romance dairy.

#6 Can everyone tell we did it last night?

You can’t help but wonder if they are wondering if you did “It” last night!!. That embarrassing situation with all the elders all curious and giggly.

#6 Can I finally meet my girls now!

You can’t wait to unite with your girls to discuss all the juicy bits about ‘THE NIGHT’!

Let us know which of these you actually ended up feeling on your first of being a wifey!

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Happy wedding girls!
XOXO

6 Jewelry Items the Indian Bride Simply Cannot Miss

Indian weddings are best known for their gorgeously dressed brides. The fact is, some brides want to keep it to the minimal. We instead, insist you on choosing all your ‘solah shringar because it is your wedding, and you have to be as royal as possible.

So while you’re busy shopping till you drop, we’ve made a list of wedding jewelry you simply cannot afford to miss – however simple you prefer to be:

1.Maang tikkas:  If you’ve to look like a queen, start from the crowning glory itself. Maang tikkas are very much the trending favourite of brides and bridesmaids this season. From Padmavati’s exquisite maatha patti to a simple maang tikka in Alia Bhatt’s bridal look in 2 states, choose a headband that suits your face shape and size.

Wear a golden tiara or a bejeweled thick maatha patti, but absolutely do not forget to style your hair in a way that the jewel on top fits perfect.

2. Nosepieces:   Many brides prefer small neck pieces or false nose rings for their big day. We say whatever it is, do not miss the neck piece. Wear the big sized Mughal style or a tiny nose piece but keep it on your list. Nose pieces are one such ornament that mix tradition with the latest fashion statement so combine both for a drop-dead combo.

Deepika Padukone as Mastani in Bajirao Mastani has donned elaborate nose pieces – from sleek sized Marathi stud to a thick heavy work Mughal nose ring

3. Finger rings:   We’ve included finger rings because some brides prefer flaunting a one-piece wedding ring or an entire five-piece ring bracelet. Our dearest brides-to-be, we advise you to make the most of your fingers. Enhance the shape of your fingers by wearing huge rings – from colourfully stone studded to pure golds. Just make sure your mehndi isn’t the only thing drawing attention to your hands.

4. Waistbands:   ‘Kamar bands’ or waistbands almost vanished but they’ve once again entered the Indian fashion scene as more and more brides want to deck themselves up for the big day carrying all they can. You can choose from broad to slimmer waistbands, depending on your body structure. It not only covers the bare torso area but adds grace to the bride’s overall appearance.

Alia Bhatt sets beautiful Tamilian bride goals in 2 States. The thick kamar band highlighting her waist shape adds to elegance

5. Dainty toe rings:   When you walk down that flower-path with the man of your dreams – make sure you’re a head-turner. Colorful toe rings will grab people’s instant attention and keep them staring at the beautiful henna on your feet which generally get ignored.

6. Anklets:    Payal or anklets are another traditional piece of jewelry which have returned to fashion thanks to the variety of designs available in markets. Make sure your ghungroo keeps your groom waiting for you eagerly as you approach the mandap to take the precious oaths of a lifetime!