June is just around the corner, bringing with it the busy summer wedding season. While all brides have that special glow and look beautiful on their special day, they still worry about how their wedding photos will look when mounted in that all-important album sitting on the coffee table.
With the growing trend for couples to marry later in life rather than earlier, today’s brides often look to non-surgical cosmetic rejuvenation procedures prior to their wedding day. Some choose to diminish their frown lines or crow’s feet with Botox, plump their lips with a temporary filler such as Juvederm, or soften facial lines with a filler such as Radiesse or Restylane. Mothers of the bride or groom are oftentimes interested in the same sort of temporary, non-surgical treatments prior to the wedding—or use their daughter’s or son’s upcoming wedding as the impetus to finally schedule that cosmetic surgical procedure they have been thinking about for a long time.
Should you, the bride, or your mom choose to have a non-surgical or surgical procedure done prior to the wedding, keep in mind it is important to have these treatments several weeks (and in the case of cosmetic surgery, a few months) prior to the wedding date to achieve optimal results.