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How to Relax on Your Wedding Day (and be a calmer bride!)

Months before the wedding day, the preparation always gets more stressful as it nears the big day. For a bride who got the most hands in all the wedding details, it might be difficult to find some downtime and relax. Below are some ideas on how to relax on your wedding day and become a calmer bride!

#1: Have a good night’s sleep

One of the golden beauty secrets of happy and glowing women is having a restful night before a big day. Brides must be well-rested and have complete hours of sleep the night before their wedding. A quiet night full of rest and peace makes the bride calmer, energized, and more confident to go on through a day’s worth of merriment.

#2: Go for a full body massage

As seasoned wedding planners, we dedicate one full day to a spa appointment for our brides. This day is included when we plan out the whole wedding preparation timeline and schedule of activities. We believe that our brides deserve only the best quality of pampering and so we strongly encourage them to go for a full body massage. This allows their bodies to recover and recharge from stress and all other physical demands from the wedding preparations.

How to Relax on Your Wedding Day (and be a calmer bride!)

#3: Visit the salon

Along with going to the spa, it is also important to find time in visiting the salon before the wedding day. Brides need their regular visits to the salon most especially when the big day is fast approaching. This is the perfect chance to glam up the bride’s nails, hair, and practice the hair and make-up for the big day. Going to the salon not only is relaxing but is also a great way to boost the bride’s confidence and make her feel good about herself. 

#4: Pamper your skin

A bride’s beauty regime is very crucial to achieve a stunning glow on the day of her wedding. Pampering the skin also means allowing it to rejuvenate and re-energize using the bride’s holy grail skincare routine and products.

#5: Eat healthily and clear your mind

Most importantly, the key to becoming a calmer and happier bride is to eat healthily, sleep peacefully, and have a clear mind. Cut out some junk foods and a high-calorie diet to avoid feeling bloated on the day of your wedding. 

For all the soon-to-be brides out there reading this, it is very important to trust the people who work for your wedding especially your wedding planner. Entrust them with the faith and reliance that everything will go as planned and the wedding will be as smooth-sailing as possible. Being all stressed out and worried is every bride’s nightmare and so it is vital to relax on your wedding day and become a calmer bride.

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Wedding Veil 101: To Wear or Not to Wear

Veil or no veil? You decide.

While it is traditional that brides wear a veil on their wedding day, it’s optional. Did you know that it was initially used by the Roman brides to disguise herself from any evil spirits who wanted to ruin her happiness?

Wedding Veil 101: To Wear or Not to Wear

Whether you choose a customized or traditional kind of veil, we love being a part of selecting the fabric and stones as well as witnessing the bride’s favorite flower and wedding date hand-sewn onto the veil.

Here are some of the factors that you might want to consider in deciding to wear a veil or not:

1. Strong traditional roots.
If you are deeply connected with your strong cultural or traditional roots, then there is all the more reason that you wear a veil. Wedding veils, for most cultures, uphold a significant meaning or representation of a cultural value. There are couples who opt to have a sacred and sacramental wedding ceremony by honoring the symbolic value of the different wedding elements such as the veil.

 

2. Ceremonial
This is quite related to the first factor mentioned. If you want to have a ceremonial moment of ‘unveiling’ your wedding veil at the altar, this might be the best option. A well-versed and reliable wedding photographer and/or videographer will surely capture this moment as one of the wedding highlights.

 

3. To give accent and style
One of the many purposes of wearing a wedding veil is creating an accent and adding a touch of elegance to your wedding gown. The veil shares the spotlight with the bride’s overall fit as she walks down the aisle. In addition, most wedding pictures give special attention to the veil laid all over the ground up to the bride’s crowning glory.

Wedding Veil 101: To Wear or Not to Wear


4. Consistency
However, if you want to remain consistent with your ensemble throughout your wedding day, wearing a veil might not be the best option for you. Wedding stylists all agree upon a preference that wedding veils should only be worn during the wedding rites and not until the wedding reception. If you plan to stick with a consistent style for your wedding fit, it is best to consider a wedding look that suits both the wedding ceremony and wedding reception.


5. The Wedding Dress
Since the wedding veil shares the spotlight with the wedding dress, brides should consider the style of the bridal gown first. If the dress has an opulent, intricate, or an open cut at the back, wearing a wedding veil will cover up or take away that part of the dress.

Whether it’s a go or a no, wearing a veil for your wedding is completely up to your personal preference. We love being a part of your special day by delivering you the best and top-of-the-class styling advice from the details of your dress to the themes of your wedding reception. Mimi Ebichi Events is committed to serving with passion and excellence in weddings and events.

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How to Hold Your Bridal Bouquet: 3 Tips

The right hold is everything! Your bouquet is a lavish and iconic wedding accessory that puts accent and statement in your overall wedding fit. While it is highly important to invest in a great floral designer, knowing how to hold your bouquet properly is just as important. Throughout our years of experience and craftsmanship in this field, we observed a good number of know-hows of holding a bouquet that might help you flaunt your glam in the aisle!

1. Hold it at the navel/belly button.
The rule of thumb when holding your bouquet is to put it in the right placement. Always place your bouquet at the level of your navel/belly button. This makes your dress and your bouquet well-coordinated, especially in different camera angles (trust us, your videographers will thank you). When your bouquet is held at the lower part of your body, it gives an accent and contour on your gown that will want to highlight as you walk along the aisle.


2. Always be relaxed.
A big no-no when holding your bouquet and walking down the aisle is having tensed shoulders and arms. It is important to hold your bouquet in a relaxed yet firm manner. Having tensed arms and shoulders will make you look stiff and will instantly shut the confidence off. When this happens, it could result in a poor result of videography and photography even after your wedding. So remember, just feel the moment and put on that confidence when flaunting your fits.

How to Hold Your Bridal Bouquet: 3 Tips

3. Highlight all the right parts.
When walking down the aisle, it is definite that your face should be the focal point. However, to achieve this, you should also incorporate your posture, gown, and bouquet. You do not want to hold your bouquet higher than your belly button as this makes your face the secondary source of attention only. But instead, you want to balance everything by making sure your face is directed in the middle (not too leaning) while your bouquet is held downward.

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Beauty Regimen Tips for Brides

Most brides tend to get anxious on the days leading to their BIG day. While prepping up for a wedding is inevitably overwhelming with demands and pressures, your beauty regimen must not suffer. So for all the soon-to-be brides out there, listen up!

1. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize!

The number 1, and we mean the most sacred rule in skincare is to always moisturize your face at all costs. People who live in cold climates must abide by this rule at all times. If you are a bride who plans to do the wedding in the cold season, better learn to moisturize religiously as nobody wants dry, flaky makeup during the big day!

2. But first, hydrate!

In the previous item, we talked about the value of moisturizing your skin. Although it is pretty easy to follow this tip, it gets more difficult when we ask brides to keep track of their hydration level by drinking an ample amount of water every day. So ladies, always drink your water and always remember that there’s no better skincare than your H20!

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3. Face masks are your best friends.

The few nights before the wedding, face masks will be your best friend. Wearing a face mask especially the night before the wedding will help keep the skin moisturized and plump even after wearing heavy makeup for the whole day. Plus, the glow is really just different the morning after wearing your fave mask!

4. Don’t forget the lips, too!

Now, this is a common mistake from the brides’ department. When doing a full skincare routine at night, do not ever, ever forget to include your lips too. Lip scrubs and lip balms are everywhere in the market, but organic ones are always the best (e.g. beeswax balms). Exfoliating and moisturizing your lips will give you that luscious feeling when applying a lippie. But most importantly, we certainly do not want chapped, flaky lips!

5. Hair mask, anyone?

Of course, how could we forget the hair? Haircare is very essential in the preparation of your final bridal look. When you want those locks to stay intact and volumized, putting on hot oil or a hair mask would do the trick. Giving much attention to the roots and strands of your hair will spare you from unnecessary hair damage caused by the excessive heat of the curling iron or hair straightener.

6. Sleep early!

And again, there is no better way to complete a beauty regimen than by sleeping early! Having enough and restful sleep naturally (and largely!) helps the skin cells to repair and replenish themselves after one full day of work. Plus, the glow and the vibrant of your overall look will become extra stunning with the magic of a complete sleep! So before hitting another “next episode”, think about all the zits that could potentially come out days before your wedding!

 

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