3 Hot Tips To Release For Your Big Day

Let me start out by saying “Congratulations” on your big day. This single day is going to lead to a lifetime of wonderful experiences. Allow me to assist you down this path! 😉 Tip #1 Trophy Is Decoration Not Size First and foremost, take a deep breath, and breathe a sigh of Release. Trophy is decoration not size, so as you stroll the aisles searching for your fine designer gown, bear in mind there is nothing wrong with your shape. You must decorate the trophy you stand in (all that is beautiful you). Prior to my weight Release there are many pictures of me with a bulging belly. If you, like me, fall into this category, consider A-line dresses to exchange your nuptials in and research the dressing style of a celebrity who has a figure close or similar to yours. Trust me, these people pay thousands of dollars for a stylist to get their look just right. Let’s lean on the stylist advice! Hell, it’s always worth it to try something new, that way you’ll avoid the old Henry Ford quote 'If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always got.' Tip #2 Wedding Dress Relief I love my second Release tip because I have some excellent news to relieve you of your wedding gown decision making hauntings. Check out this excerpt from Release All In Love & Trust: Wedding Dress Release Want some wedding dress relief and Release? We are releasing all types of chains and bondages! Traditionally wedding dresses were actually crimson, yes, red, until February 1840 when Queen Victoria, married her first cousin, yes, first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, breaking all forms of tradition by wearing white. “After their 19th-century reception, it became popular in Western cultures to wear a white wedding gown like the royal monarch, whose silk satin white design bucked the convention of wearing a red bridal dress for the big day”. Something interesting to note is that Queen Victoria was not the first royal to marry in white, however, she has been credited with the tradition becoming widespread. As you comb through the countless seams of beautiful lace gowns please remember to Release the internal guillotine and lean on this fact that occurred centuries ago. Your wedding dress is out there, GO GET IT, IT’S YOURS FOR THE TAKING! Tip #3 No Shortage Of Beauty Finally, I thank you for your time and want you to remember that there is no shortage of beauty. All that you are is matchless and undefeated. “When you begin to Release fear, feelings of shame and unworthiness, to give you an idea, you will realize there is no shortage of beauty – there never was, there never will be! Here’s why, beauty is what is believed by the beholder-YOU!” Ponder on what you consider beautiful, the same creator of those magnificent people, places, and things, is the creator of YOU as well. For these and other hot tips, head over to HavenByHaven.com and pre-order your copy of Release All In Love & Trust: Mental Strategies With Physical Solutions.

Let me start out by saying “Congratulations” on your big day.  This single day is going to lead to a lifetime of wonderful experiences.  Allow me to assist you down this path! 😉

Tip #1

Trophy Is Decoration Not Size

First and foremost, take a deep breath, and breathe a sigh of Release.  The trophy is a decoration not size, so as you stroll the aisles searching for your fine designer gown, bear in mind there is nothing wrong with your shape.  You must decorate the trophy you stand in (all that is beautiful you).  Prior to my weight Release, there are many pictures of me with a bulging belly.  If you, like me, fall into this category, consider A-line dresses to exchange your nuptials in and research the dressing style of a celebrity who has a figure close or similar to yours.  Trust me, these people pay thousands of dollars for a stylist to get their look just right.  Let’s lean on the stylist’s advice!  Hell, it’s always worth it to try something new, that way you’ll avoid the old Henry Ford quote ‘If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.’

Tip #2

Wedding Dress Relief

I love my second Release tip because I have some excellent news to relieve you of your wedding gown decision making hauntings.  Check out this excerpt from Release All In Love & Trust:

Wedding Dress Release

Want some wedding dress relief and Release?  We are releasing all types of chains and bondages!  Traditionally wedding dresses were actually crimson, yes, red, until February 1840 when Queen Victoria, married her first cousin, yes, first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, breaking all forms of tradition by wearing white.  “After their 19th-century reception, it became popular in Western cultures to wear a white wedding gown like the royal monarch, whose silk satin white design bucked the convention of wearing a red bridal dress for the big day”.

Something interesting to note is that Queen Victoria was not the first royal to marry in white, however, she has been credited with the tradition becoming widespread.

As you comb through the countless seams of beautiful lace gowns please remember to Release the internal guillotine and lean on this fact that occurred centuries ago.  Your wedding dress is out there, GO GET IT, IT’S YOURS FOR THE TAKING!

Tip #3

No Shortage Of Beauty

Finally, I thank you for your time and want you to remember that there is no shortage of beauty.  All that you are is matchless and undefeated.  “When you begin to Release fear, feelings of shame and unworthiness, to give you an idea, you will realize there is no shortage of beauty – there never was, there never will be!

Here’s why, beauty is what is believed by the beholder-YOU!”   Ponder on what you consider beautiful, the same creator of those magnificent people, places, and things, is the creator of YOU as well.

For these and other hot tips, head over to HavenByHaven.com and pre-order your copy of

Release All In Love & Trust: Mental Strategies With Physical Solutions.

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