Every year, as wedding season approaches, we see a number of brides coming in for cosmetic surgery consultations at our offices. Whether the interest is in SmartLipo, BOTOX, or breast enhancement, every bride wants to look her best on the big day.

But what about the mother of the bride? It may be the bride’s day, but that doesn’t mean moms should ignore their own appearance! We’ve put together some beauty tips for the big day so every mom can be proud and confident of how she looks in the wedding photos.

Which of these tips will you dare to try?

Treat Yourself and Your Body Well

Wedding planning can be stressful, and stress does a number on skin. If you don’t take care of your skin and general health like you should, now is a good time to start! Maintain a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and start a skincare regimen.

Need a break from flower arrangements and caterers? Spend some time with your daughter and bond over beauty treatments. If you’re not confident about doing your own hair and makeup on the day of the wedding, consider having a professional help you.

Beauty Tips for the Mother of the BrideGo For Elegance

You don’t want to outshine your daughter, but there’s no reason you can’t look beautiful, classy, and elegant. Many brides enjoy helping their mothers pick out an outfit for the wedding. For hair and makeup, go for an understated, yet elegant look.

Look Refreshed

If you’d like to do a little bit more to restore your youth and radiance, we recommend considering fat transfer to the face.

It’s an innovative procedure that uses your own body fat to restore fullness and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Our patients love the natural results, and it’s a great way to get rid of isolated fat pockets and put them to good use! If you’re daughter’s wedding is still a ways off, give us a call to set up a free consultation at our facial fat transfer NYC and Long Island team.

To Her Big Day (and Yours),

The Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Team






*Smartlipo is a trademark of Cynosure, Inc. *BOTOX® Cosmetic is a registered trademark of Allergan, Inc.