3 Tips Every Summer Bride Should Keep In Mind
Dazzle and have a glass of wine because it is your day to shine. No matter how fancy and fun filled it looks, a Big Fat Indian Wedding usually ends up becoming more stressful than we bargain for. And if you are getting hitched during those hot summer days, the heat becomes an added problem. Well if you are a bride-to-be who is planning to tie the knot this summer season then read along and follow these steps to stay cool and freshy-freshy in the scorching summer heat and enjoy your D-day to the fullest.
Starlight >>>> Sunlight
No matter how much you want to recreate those celebrity inspired golden hour pictures with your bae, during summers it is always better to let the sun set and the atmosphere to cool down so that you don’t sweat your makeup out.
This technique will not only help you in enjoying the ceremonies while ditching the heat but it will also give you plenty of time to prepare.
Cherry on the top? The venue, lit up in those dazzling lights will make the aura even more romantic.
Minimalism is the only mantra you need to opt for especially for your makeup, jewelry, choice of attire or the colours. Going overboard with any of these will only make you uncomfortable and make you want to run away from your own wedding. And, who wants that?
When planning your wedding dress, go for breathable and lighter fabrics like chiffon, georgettes, crepe, organza and net and avoid heavy fabrics like velvet and silk. Also, gone are the days when red and maroon were the only options, so go for some fresh summer hues and pastels for your wedding lehenga/ saree that will feel refreshing and look soothing to the eyes.
In the process of planning an elaborate menu and providing as many options as possible to the guests, many times people end up adding dishes to the menu that are not seasonal or are not suitable for the weather conditions.
Surely nobody would like to have soup as an appetizer during the heatwave, so try avoiding such items as they might end up in the bin and will get wasted. Try incorporating some fresh seasonal dishes to your menu to minimize the waste and make your guests happy.