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How to Lose Weight For the Wedding

Let’s face it; a “wedding” is simply the most important day of your life at a given time. Most people only get to experience a wedding once in their life, and have memories forever. Did you know that the #1 reason weddings don’t go as planned and are “bad” days is because of weight? Whether you’re getting married, in the wedding party, or even just a guest at the wedding, looking good is key, and in order to look good you must lose weight. Now, I remember my wedding like it was yesterday. My wife was frantic last minute trying to lose weight and fell for all of the tricks and scams on the web. She ended up losing 3 pounds from pretty much starvation, and she looked awful. She ended up spending over $120 on weight loss systems, and found no success.

In order to “lose weight for the wedding” you must have patience, and the “drive” to work for it. There is no such thing as overnight weight loss, and is there is no reason for frozen foods or starvation. When it comes to weight loss programs, there are only two things to trust. Those two things are science and testimonials. When I look for a good system I look for satisfied customers that have had tons of success and have reached all of their goals. Then, I look for the science behind all of their ideas, and overall system.

One of the biggest problems with weight loss programs is that they “guarantee” results. They guarantee weight loss overnight or in just days, but have no refunds. If you’re looking to purchase a weight loss system an iron clad 60 days money back guarantee is key, and must be offered; if not it’s a scam! Another thing to look for when purchasing a system, like I said before, is testimonials. You want to make sure other customers were satisfied with their results and have seen results.

Look Good at the Wedding

Do you want to look good at the wedding? Of course you do, between hundreds of people there and thousands of pictures being taken you want to be confident in the way you look. Whether you’re the bride or groom or just part of the wedding party, you want to look good at the wedding so you appeal to everyone there.

So, How do you look good at the wedding?

You need to lose weight. This will definitely make you more confident in yourself because you’ll feel slimmer and more comfortable when meeting new people. Also you’ll feel better when you fit in a dress or suit that is a few sizes smaller than your normal size and the $300 you just spent will be well worth it. There are many ways to lose weight but I assure you that only one way will prove to be the most effective.

How do you lose weight?

The most effective way to lose weight is by using a weight loss system. Not only are these systems scientifically proven to work but they also will provide you with results that you could never get on your own. Since there are hundreds of weight loss systems available to you, you need to find one that is proven to work.

Many weight loss systems promise overnight results but believe me this is not possible and as tempting as it may be to purchase one of these systems, don’t because the results will not satisfy you. Instead I recommend using a weight loss system that has worked for me.

Losing Weight For the Wedding

Losing weight for the wedding doesn’t have to be a harrowing experience. You have enough to worry about, with all of the wedding planning that you have to do. The last thing you need is to stress out over figuring out how you should go about losing weight for the wedding.

But that is, of course, easier said than done, isn’t it? After all, if you have a lot of weight to lose, and your ability to fit into your wedding outfit or making sure your wedding ring is sized correctly, depends upon you successfully achieving your goal of weight loss for the wedding, then this can place a lot of undue stress on you.

Relax. Planning a wedding should be a fun and exciting experience, not one that causes you stress and anxiety. Weight loss for the wedding shouldn’t have to be a stressful experience either. Rather than panicking and going into a frenzy, burning yourself out at the gym and going on a starvation crash diet, you should enjoy the process of watching the pounds come off.

Focus on the positive benefits of weight loss for the wedding: You will soon be united with your loved one in holy matrimony. You want to be physically attractive for your partner, not only on your wedding night, and on your honeymoon, but for the rest of your lives together.

Don’t focus on the negative aspects of losing weight for the wedding like, “what if I don’t fit into my outfit?” or “what if the ring is too lose or too tight?” or “what if my in-laws don’t like the way I look?” or “what if my fiancee is turned off by my body?”

Planning The Wedding Ceremony

The ceremony is a public proclamation or marriage between two people. It usually involves the exchange of wedding vows and the symbolic presentation of gifts to each other in the form of rings.

Though it seems to get the least attention of the lavish affair, it is the most important hour or two of ANY setting; whether it is a small, intimate, medium, large, or extravagant wedding!

Here are a few important elements that you need to remember, or at least have some of them involved in your ceremony.

1. Location – Contrary to beliefs or tradition, the ceremony does not have to be performed in a house of worship. There are outdoor locations and other sites that can make the ceremony both spiritual and memorable.

2. Wedding Programs – Wedding programs may be customized to compliment the color scheme of the wedding location and the theme.

Keep the theme or color scheme in mind when planning the wedding ceremony.

3. Ceremony Decorations – No matter where you decide to have your ceremony, there must be some form of decoration to fit the theme of your wedding and the color scheme. Be sure to make it within reach of your budget or else you will run the risk of under-budgeting another important aspect of the wedding. Some typical decorations include floral arrangements, which can cost a pretty penny! You may choose to go for candles, balloons and bows to reduce the spending on decor.

A simple method to remember the extent of which the location should be decorated is to remember that decorations should be placed at the entry way, along the aisle pews or chairs and at the altar.

4. Aisle Runner – The purpose of the aisle runner in a lightened sense is to make the bride feel like royalty on her special day. However, the practical use is to protect the precious white or ivory wedding gown hem and train from dragging through the dust, dirt and grassy areas.

While the most popular color for runners is white, you may choose to use a color that complements the color scheme and theme.

Here are a few other elements that you may want to check out and be sure to take note of for when you are planning the wedding ceremony!

5. Bridal Party

6. Ring Bearer and Pillow

7. Flower Girl and Basket

8. Wedding Veils

9. Sand or Unity Candle Ceremony

10. Wedding Songs

11. Wedding Vows

12. Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

13. Jumping the Broom

14. Guest Book

15. Bubbles, Rice, Grains or Confetti

For additional wedding planning basics see the Wedding Planning Basics Site [http://www.wedding-planning-basics.com].

Emphasis can be placed on the planning the wedding ceremony page.

All the best with your wedding planning!