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Sisterhood is powerful, especially when it comes to wedding season. Whether you've already said "I do" or you've just been friends with a lot of brides, you've probably picked up some tips and tricks along the way. So to help brides and bridesmaids, join our new Wedding Bell(a)s group. There, you can share your wedding beauty tips, your photos (we want to see how pretty you look!), and your wedding stories. If you're in the midst of planning your wedding, we'd love to hear about that, too. Our favorite stories, pictures, questions, and sage advice might get featured here on BellaSugar.

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bonniebonnie bonniebonnie 7 years
For the reception, have a safe word that you and your husband can use to signal to each other that you need to take a breather. Our word was "blister." My husband told me, "Honey, I think I may be getting a blister," and we jetted off and took a 5 minute break from the craziness that was the reception.
doogirl doogirl 7 years
I got married 13 years ago and it was great! My advice, make sure you eat, get a blue pedicure for you and the bridesmaids, and don't change up your look too much, you wanna look like you in pictures, not some overly made up version of you!
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