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Lydia Sarfati's Daily Bridal Guide for Clients
Posted: July 20, 2010
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Your client should find time to treat herself and her fiancé to time alone at local art or music festivals to keep your minds on what keeps the two of them together through the tough planning stages.
Day 14. The stress is starting to truly sink in at this time. Last minute mishaps on the part of the caterer or venue have begun taking their toll on your clients' happy-go-lucky glowing bride M.O. officially making no day better than the present to get a massage. A hot stone massage uses pressure points and variations in temperature relaxing muscles and melting away stress so clients will leave ready to take on the seamstress in the coming days.
Day 13. Make 13 your clients' lucky day and advise her to plan a girl’s night out-with no wedding talk! The bridesmaids and best friends are feeling the stress and trying to keep calm and collected for the bride's sake. A light dinner at a favorite spot where everyone can all catch up on life outside wedding plans will help everyone let loose and remember the simple days before the wedding was the sole topics of girl’s nights!
Day 12. Recommend that your client volunteer her time for the cause of her choice. There is no greater feeling than giving back, except finding the love of your life, but since she has done that already, recommend that she take time to help others that are less fortunate.
Day 11. Tell you client to indulge in an at-home Honey Almond facial with Lydia’s recipe. Mix 1 packet oatmeal, 2 tablespoons pure honey and 2 tablespoons buttermilk in blender, then pour into a bowl. Blend ½ cup almonds for one minute, then add the oatmeal mixture and blend until smooth. Cleanse face and neck, and then apply mask. Leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse well and moisturize.