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9 Positive Habits to Adopt Before Your Wedding for Your Healthiest Year Yet

Le 26 avril 2017, 09:39 dans Humeurs 0

Getting in shape and healthy is on every single bride's pre-wedding to-do list, though it might seem hard to find the time and the resources to make that happen. So whether your goal is to eat a diet that will make you feel energized or you are eager to kick some of your bad habits before the wedding so you look your best, it's important to plan out the steps you'll take to make this happen.

Here are 9 healthy habits to adopt before your wedding.

1. More Sleep

Remember that 8-hour of sleep rule? It's about time to implement it. While you may find yourself staying up late making sure your wedding to-do list gets done, it's important to get as much sleep as you can leading up to your wedding. It will help with moods, digestion, and even your stress level.

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2. Say Hello to Super Foods

Whether you drink a daily smoothie with greens or you start upping your kale and spinach game, saying hello to super foods will help you feel better while you're on the go planning your wedding.

3. Daily Meditation

Download a meditation app on your phone (we love Headspace) and add a daily meditation to your schedule. This will help you clear your mind and reset your priorities on a daily basis.

4. Kicking the Carbs

If you find that your diet is mostly bread, try to incorporate some more protein and less carbs. You'll find yourself feeling lighter and have more natural energy.

5. Morning Grateful

While planning your wedding may make you feel like a ball of stress, writing down three things you are grateful for every single morning will help you realize what is important and all the positive things you have in your life.

6. Try New Workouts

If you have never been a gym rat, spend the months leading up to your wedding trying out new kinds of workouts — think dance cardio, or boxing for stress relief and tons of fun. Maybe you'll find one you love and have a new weekly workout to conquer.

7. Nightly Stretches

Give your body a rest and a thank you at night. Doing nightly stretches or yoga poses will help kick some of that pre-wedding stress that may be making your body feel sore.

8. Deep Conditioning

Your hair may take quite the hit leading up to your wedding with lots of bridal updos and blow outs. Treat yourself to a deep conditioning every few weeks to restore your hair.

9. Makeup Breaks

Want your skin to look and feel better? Take a makeup break every now and then before your wedding so that your skin can clear up and heal.

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WEDDING: Reese – Sanders

Le 24 avril 2017, 09:11 dans Humeurs 0

Sarah Elizabeth Sanders of Aiken and Brandon Michael Reese of Aiken were married on March 18, 2017, at Memorial Baptist Church. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. The Rev. Eddie Penland officiated.

The bride is a daughter of Chris and Tammy Sanders of Aiken. She is a granddaughter of Betty Sharp and the late Frank Sharp and Joyce Bednarski and the late Rodney Sanders.

The groom is a son of Kimberly Herron and Craig Reese of Aiken. He is a grandson of Heber Herron and Isabelle Messer and the late JR Reese and Betty Reese.

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Kelly Lese of Graniteville was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ashley Rushton of Aiken, cousin of the bride; Katelynn Florence of Aiken, best friend of the bride; Heather Jarchow of Aiken, best friend of the bride; and Alexus Johnson of Aiken, best friend of the bride.

Heber Herron of Aiken was the best man. Groomsmen were Jonathan Fanning of Aiken, friend of the groom; James Smith of Aiken, cousin of the groom; Nathan Meeds of Aiken, friend of the groom; and Dalton Britt of Aiken, friend of the groom.

Clayton Rushton of Aiken was the ringbearer. Braylee Reese and Camryn Johnson of Aiken were the flower girls.

A reception was held in the Memorial Baptist Church fellowship hall.

The couple will reside in Aiken.

The bride is a 2011 graduate of Aiken High School. She is employed by The Fresh Market.

The groom is a 2013 graduate of Aiken High School. He is employed by Mr. Central Heating and Air.

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She IS on the guest list

Le 19 avril 2017, 08:27 dans Humeurs 0

She was reportedly excluded from the guest list for Pippa's wedding due to a 'no ring, no bring' rule - eliminating other halves who aren't engaged or married to their partners.

But now it's been reported that Meghan Markle, 35, will be attending the big day on Prince Harry's arm after all, although there is something of a caveat.

A source told People magazine that the Suits star is now due to attend the reception after the wedding, but is not invited to the ceremony at St. Mark’s church in Englefield, Berkshire.

And etiquette expert Myka Meier told the magazine that Meghan's evening invite is more likely down to timing than the fact she and Prince Harry aren't engaged or married.

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'I would not be surprised if Prince Harry was not given a plus one, as the wedding guest list would have most likely been made in fall of last year when Prince Harry’s relationship with Meghan was not as public,' she explained.

Confirmation that Meghan will indeed be jetting in for the nuptials appeared to be strengthened when it was revealed yesterday that the star has requested a break from filming Suits at the same time as Pippa's big day.

The 35-year-old actress is said to have asked for a week's holiday in May, leaving her free to join Prince Harry to celebrate Pippa and James Matthews.

According to Hello!, the US actress wants to take a week off between May 15 and 22, allowing her time to travel to the UK for the wedding.

Last month, Ms Markle joined Harry at his best friend Tom Inskip's wedding to Lara Hughes-Young in Jamaica.

Kensington Palace did not comment on whether Ms Markle would be attending the wedding with Harry.

Pippa first came to public attention when she wore a bottom-hugging bridesmaid's dress at her sister's marriage to Prince William in 2011.

But she is said to have wanted a smaller, more intimate 'family' affair for her own wedding to her hedge fund manager partner.

Despite Ms Markle dating her future brother-in-law, Pippa is apparently adamant that the relationship is still too new for her to be a guest at the wedding.

Pippa and James will tie the knot on Saturday May 20 at the 12th-century St Mark’s Church in Berkshire, six miles from Bucklebury where Pippa grew up.

Prince George, three, will be a page boy and Princess Charlotte, who will have just turned two, is due to be a flower girl.

James asked Pippa to marry him last summer and proposed with a dazzling diamond ring worth an estimated £200,000.

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