Lace has been around since well before our time – before the 13th century to be more specific – and it’s been a staple in the wedding industry for as long as we can remember. (But yes, Princess Kate’s Alexander McQueen dress certainly did help this delicate fabric make its reemergence!)
When it comes to hair styling for your wedding, the first piece of advice may be the best: “Don’t try this at home or by yourself.” Find an able or reputable hairstylist well in advance—if you don’t already have one—and get on his or her calendar weeks before the wedding.
Cutting your hair just a few days before the wedding is cutting it too close. The same is true for coloring and even for choosing a style. What looks good in a magazine, on Pinterest or on your favorite celebrity may look good on you, or it may not. Start early and try out a few styles in advance. The more comfortable you are with your choice, the more relaxed you will be, adding to your wedding day glow.
Well we are just tickled pink … It’s here! It’s finally here!
It’s hard to believe that our new website has been over a year in the making. But after a quick glance at our inboxes we confirmed that, yes, we have been working on the new TodaysBride.com since July 2013. (Woah!)
We are so, soooo proud to bring this new site to all of our brides and vendors. Before you hop on over to see it, we wanted to talk you through some of the new features you might notice.