What Is Your Biggest Wedding Day Fear?

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If you are getting married this year, then you should have a look at the following wedding hairstyles tips and ideas. One of the hardest decisions you will have to make, besides choosing your wedding dress, is choosing which hairstyle is right for you! It's your big day and looking your best is important and it all starts with choosing the perfect wedding hairstyle. Check out the latest Articles and Video below will help you sort things out.

By Laura Firenze 

Every bride has those nagging fears that haunt her dreams before the wedding. They are every worst case scenario you can imagine, from bad weather to bad behavior, and everything in between. This is a look at common wedding day fears, along with some sensible advice to ease your concerns.

Someone Objecting During the Ceremony. During most marriage ceremonies, the officiant will ask if anyone has due cause to object to the union, adding that they should "speak now or forever hold their peace" (as if getting your relatives to hold their criticisms was really that simple!). Some brides have recurring nightmares that an ex-boyfriend or their fiance's mother will stand up and shout out an objection. If this is nothing but a nightmare, you can reassure yourself that this would never happen in real life. If you feel like there is a genuine risk of this happening, take precautionary steps. Make sure the ushers know that only people with invitations should be admitted to the ceremony to keep crazy exes at bay, and have someone sensible keep a close eye on your future mother-in-law. Better yet, ask your officiant if this passage can be dropped from the ceremony altogether.

Embarrassing Toasts. This is one of those things that can really make a bride-to-be lose sleep! Imagine yourself at the head table at your reception, looking elegant as can be in your gorgeous wedding gown and pearl bridal jewelry, only to have the best man tell a really embarrassing story about you! It would be only natural to want to hide under the table, when instead you have to sit there and try to maintain your composure. The embarrassing speech issue is a legitimate fear in many circles, so it is smart to be proactive.

Have your toasts as early as possible in the reception so that the speakers are less likely to be intoxicated. Do not have an open mike where anyone can get up and speak; keep the toasts limited to the best man, the groom, and the father of the bride. Give the speakers clear guidelines on what topics are acceptable and what subjects are off-limits. Finally, assign someone to step in and cut off any toast that gets out of hand. The d.j. or event coordinator can easily whisk the microphone away from the offending party and pass it to the next speaker in line.

Tripping Down the Aisle. This might be the number one fear of brides. One minute, they are gliding down the aisle, the picture of grace in their bridal gown and classic pearl bridal jewelry; the next minute, they are in a heap of tulle on the floor. Prevent this nightmare scenario by picking your shoes carefully. If you can't walk in high heels, wear a cute pair of flats. If you are having your wedding on the grass, avoid stiletto heels which will sink into the lawn. It is also helpful to practice walking in your gown during your fittings, so you can see if the hem needs to be raised a little bit. And remember, if you are being escorted down the aisle by your father, he will surely not let you stumble.

Rain on the Wedding Day. Anyone having an outdoor wedding is likely to have a few bad dreams about rain on the wedding day. This is something that is beyond your control, so if you are getting married outside, you just have to make contingency plans. Rent a tent, pick a backup location indoors, or have another rain plan in place. Wedding day weather is something that you should never lose sleep over.

Finding the whole process of weddings and all the planning that goes into one fascinating, Laura writes about many of the considerations that brides have to deal with. Visit us today at http://silverlandjewelry.com/ to shop for beautiful pearl bridal jewelry, crystal wedding jewelry, and unique bridesmaid gifts. Sign up for our free newsletter to receive special offers on our fabulous jewelry!
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Choosing Your Wedding Party Hairstyles:

When asked if they are going to be choosing wedding party hairstyles for their bridesmaids, many brides will answer that they 
don't want to worry about it, and that they trust their bridesmaids to choose something that is flattering and elegant. With no 
direction from the bride one what kinds of wedding party hairstyles you're looking for, you could be asking for some very 
creative and potentially unattractive hairstyles.

Many people who are thinking of getting married next year are already looking for the hottest bridal trends of the New Year to 
prepare their wedding in style. Being 'in style' means a lot to newlyweds so it is important to always be up to date on what is 
trendy right now and what is already out. So here are some of the most popular bridal trends that you are most likely to 
encounter very soon.

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It is usually best for the bride to first choose her dress and her hairstyle before consulting with the bridesmaids in order to either match or avoid having the same hairstyles on the big day. The key to the bridesmaid's look is to keep it as simple as possible so as not to detract from the bride, after all it is her best day and she deserves to look the best. The same goes for the hair, if you keep to a style that is simple and elegant then is will also make it easier to match a hairstyle to any dress.

If you are struggling to decide on a style for your bridesmaids then have a look at the following guide for ideas. These styles can be done on your own without the help of a hairstylist but if you want things to run smoothly it may be wise to have a stylist to attend to your bridesmaids' hair as this will eliminate any last minute problems. You can try an elegant low tight bun style. This is a simple but timeless style that will ensure that your bridesmaids' will look stylish yet won't outshine you. This style will go with most modern wedding dresses with slimmer silhouettes and is also suitable for strapless dresses as it shows off the upper body. This is a style that will suit almost any style of dress and will require little or no maintenance during the day.

Alternatively you might want to opt for a loose top of the head bun. This style involves the hair being piled on top of the bridesmaid's head and is again a classic, safe style. This style can be modernized with soft strands around the face and will work with almost every style of bridesmaid dress
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