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These beauty appointments should be booked before the wedding!

Hair frazzled, exhausted, and at your wits end worrying about double checking every last wedding detail. Surely, your wedding is in order and your day will go perfectly! Your big day is approaching fast, and may only be a few days away. Now, it’s time to ensure that you are in order and completely zen before your big day.

You can take the time before the big day arrives, to pamper yourself. Booking a few beauty appointments will not only help you feel confident and ready to take on such a big event, but it will also help you unwind from the many months of wedding planning that you have been stressing over.

Here at I Thee Wed, we know just how much a bride does before her big day and how important it is for her to look her absolute best. That’s why we have put together a few beauty appointments that you should book before the wedding, so be sure to continue reading to learn more:

·         Laser hair removal. Imagine waking up on your big day and realizing that you still have to shave for that freshly smooth look. But if disaster strikes and you should accidentally cut yourself, you now have to make your grand entrance with a band-aid on your perfect legs. If you have the opportunity to indulge in laser hair removal, you may never need to shave again, especially the morning of your big day.
·         Dentist. Greeting guests, flashing your partner a brilliant smile before joining them on stage, and not to mention the many photos that will be taken that day, you will be smiling so much, your cheeks may hurt. A pre-wedding visit to the dentist for a teeth cleaning, and even some whitening sessions, will leave you with a dazzling smile for your big day.
·         Manicure and pedicure. From holding your bouquet and your partner’s hand to walking down the aisle in open toed shoes, your nails deserve a little attention to look their best too. You can schedule a quick visit to the nail salon and even bring your bridesmaids for a fun girl’s day out. A little bonding time before the big day and beautiful nails make quite the combination. You will feel at ease and relaxed before you wake up on your wedding day.

It’s important to feel confident in your own skin, especially before such a grand display. All eyes will be on you as you make your way down the aisle, and the rest of the day. Here at I Thee Wed, we want to help you make your big day a magical event. If you are ready to start planning your greater Cincinnati area wedding day, be sure to contact us today.


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