Before she began, Warne wrote: “All that beauty and health and fitness—the bridal overdrive I see so many people jump into leading up to their big day—was never something that appealed to me…until it happened to me.
“I’ll be honest with you: It’s a lot of work. It’s tedious. It’s expensive. It’s a commitment. But I don’t have kids just yet and I feel lucky to be self-employed, which made it doable. I also understand if my wedding prep isn’t for you or your schedule.”
Warne is, more than anything, correct. The preparation she wrote of was extravagant and time-consuming and certainly expensive.
It included, but was not limited to: Having a personal trainer three times a week, taking private pilates classes twice a week, a specific diet of plant-based protein, vegetables, some complex carbs, fruit, and natural fats, Chinese herbal tonics for the skin, facials three times a week, having her teeth whitened and five custom couture dresses.