It is that time of the year when your relatives and friends come home with a mithai or dryfruits pack and surprise you with a sudden wedding happening in your circle. Well, this expression of surprise soon changes into happiness and excitement over what to wear on that very day. For guests, it is still easy but think about the bride and groom, what they must be going through in deciding their most important outfit and much more. Today, let's take a read on what should a bride-to-be keep in mind before the 'shaadi ki taiyaari' begins full on.
A quick checklist for all the Indian brides. Hope you tick all the pointers before your D-day, and if you are still lagging in some—hurry!
Weddings are really important in our society, and whether you like it or not—families invest much of their savings in making it a memorable one. Therefore, the brides-to-be must have all the necessary items ready before the wedding madness gets on. A wedding trousseau means you need to select and set in order all the new outfits which you must have bought for your wedding celebrations. Besides, keeping those dresses ready, you also need to keep your after-wedding dresses handy. Your entire wedding clothes collection can be then labelled as trousseau. Don't leave anything for last minute girls!
All of us want to look best on our D-day. So, booking your favourite parlour well in advance would be a good idea. To avoid any kind of hassle and rush, brides you must book an appointment with the bestest salons and discuss your wedding look with them. If possible, try and get a look test done and also check which beauty products will be used on your skin. Try and stay away from products which you are unaware of or feel can harm your skin. Always cross-check before using. P.S: Do check the expiry dates and ask the salon people to use new products on your skin.
After wedding trousseau and make-up, next in line happens to be jewellery. So, once you know what you are wearing on the wedding day and how it looks, it will be easier for you to choose jewellery. Some brides opt for traditional gold jewellery while others go ahead with the matching artificial kundan jewellery. It is totally you choice of how you want to carry off that particular look. There are others who even opt for diamond neckpieces, earrings and bangles. But, like other items, keep your decide on your jewellery well in advance too.
It's not just the dresses, make-up and jewellery which need prime attention. One of the most important items besides these is your footwear girls. If a man is known by what shoes he wears, same goes for womenfolk. Remember that as a golden rule! So, get your hands on all that's glitzy, blingy and golden. Match it with your different outfits but don't forget comfort is primary. You must buy a mix of heels, stilettoes, pumps and flats as well.