Is your wedding over the Christmas period? Have you been pampering, preening and preparing every inch of your bod for the big day? You have - great!
But did your prep include your feet, or have you been ramming them into thick socks and boots for the last couple of cold months? If the answer is yes and you're now looking at a pair of rough, dry and slightly neglected feet - panic not for I have the answer.
This lemon foot soak leaves the skin on your tootsies soft and ready to be buffed, it's also amazingly relaxing.
You will need:
1 bowl of water - comfortably warm
The juice of 1 lemon
Slice the lemons in half, squeeze the juice and reserve. Fill the bowl with warm water and add the lemon juice. Soak your feet for 20 minutes.
Dry your feet thoroughly and take this opportunity to use a foot scrub to slough the dry skin off your feet. Top Tip - fill the juiced lemon skins with body or foot scrub and use them to buff your heels. Slather your feet with foot cream for an extra moisture boost.
There you go, great feet in time for your big day.
One of the best parts of your wedding is that it’s all yours - it’s not your mum’s, it’s not your sister’s, it’s not your best friend’s; it’s yours! And because it’s yours you have the executive decision on the flowers, cake, dress, theme and every other glorious detail.
"Why, sometimes I've believed in as many as six impossible things before breakfast." -The Queen of Hearts.
With Christmas just around the corner, the shops seem to be bursting with all things burgundy and red; from ribbons to wreaths, jumpers to lipsticks. I though it time to incorporate these luscious colours into a blog post, so here are six of my favourite burgundy / red wedding favours all available from Etsy.
Below: Simply stunning red votive candle holder from the store of Embelish 1122.