Thanks to celebrity make-up artist Melissa Evans, the Co-Founder and Director of www.clickmakeover.com. She sent us these really handy tips today and we'd love to share them with you!

• If you are feeling stressed or flushed take a moment and run cold water over the inside of your wrists to instantly cool and calm you down. Have some Rescue Remedy to hand as well - I often find myself dispensing this to models and celebrities I work with, as well as nervous brides.

• Your wedding day is not the day to try a new make-up look, otherwise you won't feel comfortable and the groom won't recognise you at the altar! Have plenty of practice sessions at home and don't be tempted to try anything new on the day.

• Use a brush to apply your foundation to get a nice even coverage and don't pile it on. Less is more for that fresh bridal look.

• A face highlighter like MAC Strobe Cream on your cheekbones can give a lovely glow. Apply it on top of, or mixed with, your chosen base. But don't be tempted to use too much or on other parts of your face. (www.maccosmetics.co.uk)

• Think about who you want with you when you are doing your make-up on the day - a large audience will make you more nervous and distract you. Keep one friend close and ask the rest of your entourage to give you a little space.

• You'll be smiling a lot on the day, if you can't afford teeth whitening, try using a good stain removing toothpaste in the month or so leading up to the wedding day. Janina is a cult brand that's worth trying (www.janina.co.uk)

• Stick to neutral colours like browns, creams and taupes for your eyes - you want to achieve beautiful natural make-up and the most beautiful natural version of you! Bobbi Brown have a very good range of natural colours that are easy to apply and blend (www.bobbibrown.co.uk)

• If you start to feel teary, look upwards and take a deep breath....it really does help!

• If you are confident putting on false lashes, the individual ones look very natural or MAC's No. 20's also look fab!

• Try using a facial spritz to set your make-up at the end. It will help it look fresh and last longer. I always have Clinique's Moisture Surge Face Spray in my kit (www.clinique.co.uk)