How To Get Wedding Ready Legs To Walk Down The Aisle Seamlessly

How To Get Wedding Ready Legs To Walk Down The Aisle Seamlessly

Say I do to fresh legs!

By Georgie Murray | 20th February 2020

What you need to know in order to ensure your legs are looking their best on your wedding day with The Leg Vein Doctor.

When it comes to booking your big day, there’s no doubt that time is of the essence. And when it comes to looking after your leg veins, patients need to consider that the treatment all up may take five months following initial consultation. Ideally, you need to leave at least a month for bruising to have settled before your wedding day. So, call The Leg Vein Doctor as soon as you get engaged!

It’s not just the bride that might need treatment either. Venous disease can be hereditary, so if your mother’s legs are giving her problems, now might be a good time to suggest to her to get something done so that she can buy the MOTB dress of her dreams.

 

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Increasingly, men are also seen visiting the clinic in the lead up to their wedding. Beach weddings and honeymoons may mean he will be in shorts for most of the photos so he might want to fix his veins before his legs go on public display. In the final countdown to your wedding, if you haven’t been able to start your treatment one week before, then consider a spray tan.

 

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The Leg Vein Doctor recommends Brisbane brand ‘La Beach’ for providing a natural looking glow that conceals both spider and varicose veins well. On the day, mix up your footwear and try to do some walking or dancing. For your honeymoon, if you are heading off long haul, don’t forget your compression travel socks. Wearing them on the plane and in transit can control swelling as well as reducing the risk of DVTs.

 

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Article by Georgie Murray

Georgie is a Journalist with a knack for bad jokes and dating disasters. A total open book, there’s no topic off limits for this Rod Stewart enthusiast. Starting her career in Broadcast Journalism, Georgie has since gone back to basics of the written word with a particular love for taboo topics and fashion media.

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