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2013年9月23日星期一

Spend The Night Before Your Wedding

    What would people usually do the night before wedding? Some one may held a crazy payty to memorize the last night of being single. Some one may think it would be nice to go out for dinner, and maybe catch a drink in town. They don't want to do anything too crazy the night before but want to honor the night somehow. We've heard of all sorts of things: old-fashion slumber parties with attendants, watching dumb movies, campfires with s'mores … down to just hanging out quietly with your future-spouse at home. One thing we know: don't drink too much. You want to be well-rested! In order to make your wedding day successful, you have to make sure the following 5 things ready.
 1) Lay out your "getting ready" clothes. You don't need a rhinestone-encrusted TEAM BRIDE sweatsuit, but put some thought into your outfit. Since you'll be likely be photographed from the moment you wake up (by your mom, your 'maids, and eventually your pro photographer) you probably won't want to throw on an old sorority mixer T-shirt with baggy gym shorts. If you didn't buy an official "getting ready" robe, opt for a dress you can step in and out of or a top that buttons or zips, so you won't have to drag your shirt or dress over your finished hair and makeup.
    2)Round up your day-of essentials in a clutch. You won't need much on your wedding day, but it's smart to fill a clutch with some "just-in-case" items: a mini deodorant, gum, tissues, and a list of your vendors' phone numbers. If you plan on switching to flip-flops during the reception, toss those in there as well.
   3) Pack all your accessories in one bag. Have everything in one place so you're not scrambling to find an earring or a hairpin the morning of. This includes your day-of clutch (see above), jewelry, shoes, undergarments, and hair accessories. Leave your accessories bag next to your wedding dress.
  4) Read through your vows or wedding speech You may have gone over it time and time again over the past few weeks, or you may just be starting to write it now, but your vows or wedding speech has to be spot-on for the big day so give it the once-over one last time. Have a cheeky trial run in front of the mirror, or get your chief bridesmaid or best man to film you on their phone. This should hopefully banish any last-minute nerves and gives you the chance to make any tweaks.
    5) Sleep! Last but not least, sleep! Every bride and groom should look their best on their big day and that means no puffy eyes, pallid complexion or dark circles. Understandably it can be a mega challenge fighting those butterflies in your tummy and attempting slumber the night before such a huge day, and even Prince William himself admitted to a restless night before his wedding day. Try a long bath or shower using products containing essential oils such as lavender or bergamot. Why not even try some meditation? Aim to completely clear your mind of bouquets, veils and bridesmaids for just ten minutes while you focus on your breathing. Perhaps sip on some chamomile tea, but avoid sleeping pills or alcohol as ways to drift off – the last thing you want is to have a bad reaction or be drowsy the next day.

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