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Checklist for the Indian Bride

Every wedding is special and especially so for the bride. It’s a day every girl looks forward to and on this day she wants to look nothing less than perfect.
Literally countless ceremonies, meeting with relatives and several other activities can often make the bride overlook certain things that she shouldn’t. Having a checklist in hand can make things much easier to remember. Below is a checklist that you’ll surely find much useful on your special day –

1.Wedding Dress – Make sure that your wedding dress is ready and packed in a plastic bag or kept in a secure place and out of children’s reach. Check the dress for any damage early in the morning so that any repairs if required can be done before the evening.
2.Wedding Jewellery – Bridal jewellery is mostly made on order and is often quite expensive. You should always ensure that it is kept locked away in a safe and check for it once every 3-4 hours on your wedding day. Also, check it right away in the morning for any missing stones or anything that might require any minor repairs.
3.Footwear – Check for your footwear and keep it in a wardrobe which out of reach of children. It would be advisable if you keep your footwear along with your bridal dress.
4.Make-up Kit – Make sure you have your own make-up kit ready and kept in place where nobody can access it or use it. You might need some touch up even after your bridal make-up. Those who have a tendency to sweat a lot shouldn’t overlook this.
5.Bridal Make-up – Nowadays, several beauty salons offer bridal make-up packages ranging from a few thousands to a few lakhs of rupees. Make sure you call up your salon right away in the morning and confirm your appointment and the time that you’ll need. Also, don’t wait for the last to get your ‘mehendi’ done.
6.Safety-pins – Many would consider it as something way too small a thing to be put into a checklist. But most brides still choose to wear a ‘lehenga’ or a heavy ‘saree’ for their wedding. And the weight of these ‘lehengas’ or ‘sarees’ is usually in kilograms. Such heavy clothes can only be kept in place using safety pins.
7.Diet – Eat your usual diet on your wedding day. Don’t skip your meals; it’ll cause your blood sugar level to dip. It’s going to be a long day and you’ll need lots of energy to see it off.
8.Water – Drink lots of water and fluids. A shortage of water can often show up on your face and once on the stage, you’ll probably want to avoid it. Also, fluids would help keep your bowel movement alright and avoid any discomfort during the evening.
9.Exercise – This is something that you should really avoid on your special day. Avoid any kind of exertion that you can and save your energy for the ceremonies.
10.Smile – Most brides forget it on their wedding day. They are emotionally so very much overburdened that they often forget to keep smiling on their special day. It’s a day every girl dreams of and you wouldn’t want even a single photograph of yours clicked in a sad or bad mood. So DON’T FORGET TO WEAR YOUR SMILE.

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