I don’t wear makeup on a normal day and I want to try and avoid looking like a stranger as I walk down the aisle. I’ll be going for that subtle natural beauty look. Are fake lashes practically a requirement in order not to look like a weirdo in all those photos? Let’s go a bit easy on that lipstick though…
Aleisha from the Save the Date Wedding Podcast made it brutally evident to those of us who inherited thin, sleek hair that we only set ourselves up for failure when we hope to have a boho-type, stylishly messy braid of any kind. Regardless, I choose to live in ignorant bliss and hope for that exact hairstyle on my day.
If I can’t have my boho braid, I’ll go for the default beach-y waves, which my hair can’t hold either.
Since I’m debating ditching the veil, it would only seem appropriate to have a flower piece in there too…
My gut tells me that I want a white or ivory strapless, sweetheart neckline dress with a low back and lace details. Alternatively to the low back I would love lacy or embellished details on the back. The more lace the better. My gut wants a simple, romantic silhouette with a fitted top.
I say this is what my gut wants because more than anything, I want a dress that flatters my body type. Seeing as how my body is a wedding dress virgin, I could try on the most beautiful sweetheart strapless lace gown but end up looking like a sack of lumpy flour. I would have no idea of knowing.
Until I try on my very first wedding dress, I’ll continue with the illusion that I’ll look as good as these brides in this dress type.
This is a perfect reflection of what I want for the wedding party palate (say that 7 times fast). Mint MOH dresses and blush bridesmaid dresses (a bit less orangey than the photo). Men can wear khaki or a shade of light grey/steel vests and pants. Best men wearing complimentary-colored ties with the MOH dresses and groomsmen with the bridesmaids. Maybe only the groom will wear a vest and the other boys can just wear suspenders with bow ties?