Now you’ve chosen a location for your destination wedding, booked your honeymoon accommodation, and picked your favourite dessert, it’s time to look at the practicalities of being a bride getting married abroad. Destination Wedding Hair Book an appointment with your normal stylist and talk to them about where you’re getting married and what the weather
Destination Wedding Makeup
It is also unlikely trial run with your wedding-day makeup artist. A good makeup artist in the UK will still know what will work in your destination’s climate, and if you have a trial session a month before you leave it will give you time to practice applying your makeup yourself, and buy any of the products you may need.
Professional tips for hot weather makeup are:
Transporting Your Wedding Dress
The most secure way to transport your wedding dress is by packing it in a garment bag that will fit in an overhead locker. There are a few specialist companies like Empty Box who provide wedding dress travel boxes which meet airlines’ carry-on luggage size restrictions. Their larger sizes will fit dresses with petticoats, but dresses with particularly voluminous skirts will either need to be checked in as baggage or shipped separately with a courier.
Ask the shop you buy it from to help you pack it and use acid-free tissue paper every time it is folded. Your wedding planner can arrange to have your dressed professionally steamed, or to have a steamer in your hotel room so you can do it yourself. Make sure your dress is covered by your travel insurance.