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Milanoo Gives Tips on How to Keep Your Summer and Beach Weddings Cool

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Beach wedding is one of the most popular ceremonies: the sunshine and dreamy and perfect beach. To avoid the inconvenience, Millanoo gives you five tips so you can keep cool in beach wedding even in summer.

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HONG KONG, CHINA, June 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Beach wedding is one of the most popular ceremonies: the sunshine and dreamy and perfect beach. But there is something annoying in summer beach weddings: the hot weather. Today, Milanoo will give you five tips so you can keep cool in beach wedding even in summer.

Tip 1: Making the Guests Feel Good
Suntan lotion should be available for the guests. Preventing sunburn should be given top priority when holding a beach wedding in the summer. In summer, it is very hot. Tents, beach umbrella and other prevention tools should be used to shelter the sunshine and sea wind. Before wedding, water or other alcohol-free drink should be served in vessels with ice. It is considerate to provide little fans, sunglasses and suntan lotions.

Tip 2: Having Cool Equipment
Here, equipment does not mean large ice block or blowing machine, but some considerate small things, such as beach sandals. When some guests come in shoes unsuitable for beach, they can change their shoes to enjoy the sunny beach wedding.

Tip 3: Wearing Cool Gowns
While choosing wedding dresses, try to stick to one principle: Concision. Lively wedding gowns with simple design can enable you to walk on the beach freely. Do not choose gowns with long trails or complicated design as that will make your movement difficult. In addition, such gowns are not in line with the theme of the beach wedding. In terms of clothing of the guests, you can mention in the invitations that you will have a beach wedding or seaside wedding so that the guests could have dress up correctly. Flat-heeled shoes are a good choice as high-heeled shoes may be stuck in the sand and you cannot walk freely. It is also a good choice to walk on bare feet. It's not good for the bride to wear mantilla, as the sea wind may blow it off, or mess the hair. Bride can pin a small flower on the hair, which can increase the beauty.

Tip 4: Having a Heat-Proof Make-up
Brides who want beach weddings should be careful about their make-ups. They should choose light and thin foundation and strengthen decoration. Thick foundation may screw up your beach wedding. At the same time, water-proof cosmetics can be used to beautify eyelashes. Fix and reapply your make-up timely to avoid black eyes.

Tip 5: Cold Food is the Key
Oily and hot food such as cream cakes and delicate steaks are not suitable for beach wedding in summer. To make you beach wedding perfect, you should do a good job in choosing cold food. Icy drink and ice cream are necessary for beach wedding. These foods can not only entertain guests, but also help them keep cool.

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