Spring is just around the corner, and that means many of us will be spending our weekends at beautiful weddings. But while spring nuptials can be amazing (the sunshine, the breeze, the blossoming flowers!), they can also be… unpredictable.
Whether you’re a guest, a bridesmaid, or the bride herself, make sure you have these essentials handy at your next spring wedding.
During the spring, the days start getting longer and the skies begin to clear. This can make for some gorgeous afternoons — but if the sun gets a little too bright, you might end up with photo albums full of squinting faces. Make sure you have a nice pair of shades in your car or your purse so you can block out those rays.
We’ve all heard the term “blushing bride.” But here’s the thing: the bride is supposed to blush from excitement, joy, and love — not because she got sunburned! Keep some lightweight sunscreen (or even foundation with SPF) handy on the big day to protect your beautiful skin.
Spring is the start of sunny skies and warmer weather… which means it’s also the start of “sweat off your makeup” season. A good setting spray is absolutely essential if you want your look to last all night!
So far, we’ve talked a lot about balmy, sunny spring days. However, spring is also a season full of rainstorms — and sometimes, a shower can come out of nowhere! If you want to stay dry under any circumstances, it’s always wise to keep an umbrella close by.
Many spring weddings take place outside, among gorgeous greenery and blossoming flowers. While this makes for a beautiful setting, it can also make walking in heels nearly impossible. Invest in a pair of heel protectors and you’ll never have to worry about sinking in the grass again.
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Photography Mint to Be
Florist Flor Amor
Planner Butterfly Bridal and Events
Beauty Lola Beauty
Videography Photohouse Films
Catering Austin Catering
Cake Sweet Treets Bakery
Lighting Ilios Lighting
Transportation Clark Travel