8 Things You Shouldn’t Be Doing The Week Before Your Wedding

As much as you’re buzzing and rushing with all the preparations for the big day, you might end up forgetting about things you absolutely shouldn’t do before your wedding day! I know, I know, it’s easier said than done, which is why we wanted to help you by rounding up a list of no-nos. Make sure to take notes, ladies!

Things You Shouldn't Do One Week Before Your Wedding


1. Pull all-nighters

Getting the right amount of sleep is key for good skin and for an overall better mood. You wouldn’t want to have evident dark circles or pimples on your big day, right?


2. Go on a crazy new diet

It’s never a good idea to cram a diet. You never know how your body will react to it and you might just end up binge eating. So if you’re looking to lose a few more pounds, you might want to start waay earlier!


3. Start a new beauty regimen

As much as you’re feeling sensitive right around the time of your wedding, you have to remember your skin is also sensitive! Don’t take risks by jumpstarting a new skincare or beauty routine because your skin might not take it well. It’s always better to play it safe when it comes to your skin!


4. Forget to break in your wedding shoes

Always, always remember to break in your wedding shoes. The last thing you want is to be limping down the aisle or even getting blisters on your big day. Just be extra careful with walking around with them so they don’t get dirty!


5. Go out drinking with friends every night

I know you’re probably itching to celebrate your last few nights unmarried with your girl friends but going out too much might take a toll on your skin and health! Plus, you wouldn’t want to have a hangover on your wedding day.


6. Make drastic changes to your hair

Always plan haircuts and hair color appointments ahead months in advance so you have time to do something about it if ever you end up not liking it.


7. Get a facial

Post-facial red faces have never been anyone’s favorite. It’s better to get facials a month or two before just in case something happens (fingers crossed that nothing does).


8. Forget to relax

Make time to just take a deep breath, especially when things get stressful. Sometimes, all you need is to take a step back from everything and take a breather.


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