But what about you the bride?
Has anyone told you how to help keep those nerves at bay?
Have you thought of how to glide gracefully down the aisle?
How to pose for the photographs in the best possible light?
And even how to hold your bouquet in a way to show off that beautiful gown?
Former model Michele Paradise knows how to walk the catwalk and how to pose for the cameras –well with her modelling career spanning over 20years, she’s had a lot of experience and picked up a few tips. Now as a style coach and hypnotherapist (Don’t look in to her eyes!) she began to think of brides and the daunting prospect of walking down the aisle with all eyes gazing at them and how they are just expected to know how to walk with confidence and grace.
Michele explains that when you are a model you are taught how to walk and how to pose. Brides are thrown in at the deep end. They may get help with planning the wedding but when it comes to walking down that aisle and posing for the photographs, they are on their own. So Michele saw there was a gap in the Wedding industry to help brides feel and look more confident and elegant.
And the Bridal Coach concept was born.
Aas well as Michele’s Ultimate Bride package, she also has Hen Party packages. Great fun as well as providing valuable tips and techniques for everyone going to a wedding. Mmm, this may be the time to persuade a few friends to tie the knot.
More details on www.thebridalcoach.co.uk
American Michele started modelling 20 years ago, her face was not the typical All American model face that the US were used to seeing on the catwalk and in magazines, but a more interesting and striking look we Europeans adore. Realising she needed to come over to Europe if she wanted to boost her modelling career, she packed her bags and almost immediately started working with renowned designers such as Thierry Mugler, Zandra Rhodes ( she was her muse for almost 18 years), Donna Karan, Valentino and Philip Treacy. Now the UK is her home.