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The Bridal Beauty Quest: Pre-Wedding Plastic Surgery

From the time they are little girls, most women start to think about what their wedding day might look like. While the big day might not be the absolute most important day of every person’s life, it’s pretty safe to say that it’s on the shortlist for just about everyone. Women especially tend to go to great lengths to make sure that everything is perfect when the time comes, which includes looking their best.

We’ve all heard stories about “bridezillas” who make extreme demands and have strict requirements on what their wedding will be like. However, there’s a new trend of taking the outward focus on food and décor and turning it inward – beautifying the bride. It has become much more common for women to undergo plastic surgery in preparation for their wedding.

Pre-Wedding Plastic Surgery

While pre-wedding plastic surgery might sound a bit extreme at first, it actually makes a lot of sense. Pre-wedding diets and exercise are time-honored traditions. After all, the pictures taken at the function will follow the bride throughout her life. So weddings are becoming the signature moment for all things beautiful – especially the bride.

In addition to looking fantastic, beautiful brides also feel fantastic. There’s no substitute for the confidence of knowing you’ve never looked better for those events when all eyes are on you! Some women save in one area to accommodate spending in this area. In fact, an article by Cecilia Vega of ABC notes, “Some brides have come in and paid up to $15,000 to have work done.” In the article, she specifically profiles one woman who, after losing a lot of weight from exercise, went through multiple procedures such as a tummy tuck, thigh lift and liposuction to fit into her wedding dress.

While some may undergo more extreme procedures, which the article talks about, looking your absolute best on your wedding day is pretty common. Finding the right mix of exercise, spa services, plastic surgery, dieting – or any combination – this trend is not going away. If you are fighting the battle to look perfect in your ever-important wedding album, give us a call so that we can help make your wedding the day you always dreamed of.