I give this product a 5 out of 5 – I have clients that recently got married – the cutest most fun couple ever, I just loved working with them! And when they said they love Snapchat, I suggested that they get some custom filters made that their guests could use when posting their wedding photos. They decided to check out FilteredVows.comContinue Reading
I give this product a 4 out of 5 – I’ve had a few of my clients order their wedding stationery through Minted.com. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the quality of the stationery (bottom card in photo). The paper was thick and good quality, and the costs were very reasonable, especially when comparing them to custom invitations and anything with a metallic sheen to it, which is a really big trend right now. Continue Reading
I give this product a 5 out of 5 – One of my favorite products, and a must have for any wedding emergency kit, is Dr. Scholl’s Rub Shield. This brilliant little product prevents blisters from forming when wearing strappy heels, or any type of shoe that has edges that will rub and cause blisters. Since most brides and bridesmaids are wearing new shoes, they are not broken in and formed to your foot and are very likely to cause blisters. How are you supposed to dance all night with sore blistered feet?
How it works: It’s like a little tube of lipstick. Just remove the cap, twist the bottom to expose the inner stick, then rub the stick along you foot where your shoes will be rubbing. It acts as a barrier and makes the shoe glide over the skin so that it doesn’t rub, reducing any chance of getting a blister. I suggest walking around in your shoes a little bit. After a while, the skin on your feet will start showing marks of where the shoe is rubbing. Take the stick and rub it on those areas. A sure way to avoid painful blisters on a wedding day, and having to wear unsightly band-aids to cover any blisters you might get. It’s compact and small enough to fit in a clutch or small purse on a wedding day and is very easy to use.
I use this ALL THE TIME at weddings – offering it to the bride and bridesmaids before the ceremony. I’ve also used it myself many times – being on my feet for 10+ hours a day for a wedding, I’ve gotten my share of blisters! No wedding day emergency kit is complete without it!