While you’re in the planning stages for your big day, it can be all too easy to be entirely focused on tiny details while neglecting to think about yourself. Dresses, seating plans, and invitations might take center stage, and rightly so, but you also need to consider getting a bit of well-deserved pampering. This won’t just be a great break for you, it can also give you the opportunity to rejuvenate yourself so that you’ll have even more energy for the planning of your wedding.
Here’s a quick look at some little ways to pamper yourself so you can both look and feel great when the time comes to walk down the aisle.
Whether you live in the ATL or are just visiting or having your wedding there, it’s a good thing to know that when it comes to hair braiding, Atlanta is a fantastic place to be. Getting your hair done actually gives you a chance to multitask, which is always a good thing when you’re planning a wedding.
Yes, it can feel luxurious to get your hair done, but think of this as a great way to also try out a few styles you might want to use on the big day. It doesn’t matter if you go for a down-do that’s rather flattering, a more chic updo, or even rock a vintage style, this is a fantastic time to try it. Speak to your stylist about it before your session begins. Give yourself a treat with a deep conditioning or hair mask at the same time and you’ll be getting more prep work for the wedding done while you get pampered.
A terrific way to pamper yourself and reward your bridesmaids is to get together with them and have a spa day. You’ll reap the benefits of the skin care treatments you’ll get while also getting the opportunity to spend a bit of time with your friends and having a good laugh or two. You might offer it to them as a sort of pre-wedding gift or have them pay for their own treatments if
your budget doesn’t have any wiggle room.
There’s nothing like lying on a bed and feeling an expert set of hands smooth all of your aches and pains away. Planning a wedding can definitely necessitate a good massage. It can create an untold amount of tension and that tension can lodge in your shoulders and neck. A massage therapist will be able to melt that tightness away and get each of the kinks out, which is the ideal way for a bride-to-be to relax.
Take a Break
In the run-up to your big day, you’ll have to deal with quite a few friends and family, among other people. Dress fitters, caterers, wedding planners, etc., the list can be seemingly never-ending. You’re going to need a bit of “me time.”
Get yourself away from everything, even if it’s only for a single night. Whenever you can, go for a walk in the great outdoors, soak a bit in a bubble bath, have dinner in peace and quiet. This gives you time to enjoy what’s around you and be able to get clear thoughts while others aren’t influencing your decisions.
There it is. A couple of well-thought-out ways for you to relax so that you’re able to both look and feel your best when the big day finally gets here and you walk down the aisle in that gorgeous dress. Go ahead and book a few of these treats right now and reap the benefits as soon as possible.