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Q: When should I do my wedding trial?


Okay, hear me out. So, most of the time, in an ideal world, four to six weeks out is probably the best thing to do. But I would never call it a bridal trial or a tryout or even think of it that way. By the time you reach this appointment, you should already feel so confident in the artist that you’ve chosen that this is going to be a bridal preview or a preview of the day, your big day that coming up. If you insist on looking at it as a tryout, then I would say do it about twelve months out. Because, hey, if you wait until six weeks out and you don’t like what you get and you need to find a new artist, you will be hard pressed to find a better one that close to the big day.

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