This DIY is not crafty in any way, but it’s an easy way to make your wedding memories last forever. After I was engaged, a woman I met in a store told me to buy a special new perfume, and to wear it at wedding related events including showers, rehearsal dinner, on the big day, and into the honeymoon. Scent is a powerful way to keep memories, and programming your brain to recall wedding memories when you smell a certain fragrance is a great way to do this.
When choosing your wedding fragrance, be sure it’s something you love. If possible, get small samples of different options, and wear them for a few days. Be wary of purchasing fragrances you like on other people as perfumes have a tendency to react with your own body chemistry – perfumes can smell differently on different people.
Make sure your fragrance fits your style. If you don’t normally wear musky, mature scents, then purchasing Chanel No. 5 may not be the best choice. Wear something that makes you feel like you.
Make your wedding fragrance special. For a longer lasting scent, purchase Eau du Parfum as opposed to Eau du Toilette. Toilette is more watered-down, producing a lighter scent. Parfum is usually more expensive, but it will last longer and you won’t need to reapply as often.
Don’t ruin the memory! It might be tempting to spritz your new perfume for going out with the girls, but save this particular scent for wedding-related events. After it’s all said and done, wearing your wedding perfume on special nights with the new hubby with bring back all those happy feelings from your wedding day!
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