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6 Ways to Feel Like a Princess on Your Big Day

** For the weeks leading up to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, we will be bringing you royal-inspired tips and ideas to inspire your big day. 

Whether you’re wedding a prince of England at a palace in London or getting married in your parent’s backyard, every bride deserves to feel like a princess on her big day. Here are some things to incorporate into your wedding preparations so that you receive the royal treatment.

1. Pamper Yourself

There’s nothing like a trip to the spa or a relaxing mani/pedi to make you forget all the stress of the wedding. Treat yourself to a day of pampering or make it a part of the wedding day preparations for you and your bridesmaids.

2. Wear a Robe

Before the big day, pick out a special robe that you can wear while you’re getting ready in the bridal suite. Not only will a robe keep you from getting too hot or staining your dress with makeup, it will also help keep you comfortable as you start to feel those wedding day jitters.

3. Wear Some Bling

You can’t feel like a princess without something sparkly. Whether it’s a pair of earrings, a necklace or a subtle detail on your shoes, adding some bling will make you feel like a royal.

4. Wear a Tiara

Because you can’t be a princess without a tiara.

5. Make a Royal Entrance

If you’re going for the royal wedding vibe, why not arrive at your ceremony location in a horse-drawn carriage or in a fancy antique car? You might not have hundreds of thousands of onlookers awaiting your arrival, but you will make an entrance no one will forget.

6. Sit in Style

Instead of sitting in regular reception chairs, rent some ornate seats to make a royal statement at your sweetheart table. You and your new husband can sit regally on your thrones and look out upon all of your subjects…(ahem) guests. 

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