You’ve found the right place! The team at TBC are wedding tan experts! We've had brides and grooms featured in: Trends Wedding Magazine (cover), Washingtonian Weddings, Martha Stewart Weddings, British Vogue & more!
Our calendar opens 60 days in advance for booking, but don't forget that brides & grooms can book their final wedding tan 90 days before the big day! This is 30 days before our calendar opens for everyone else and allows you to secure the time and date of your choice.
*Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your desired date and time for your final wedding tan, but you must have your trial booked with us first. If your wedding is within 60 days, please book this on your own using our online booking system 🙂
Nope! We use a nail protectant before every single session, especially for our brides! We also use a non-cosmetic bronzer solution (clear tan) with zero dyes for bridal tans, so your freshly manicured nails are safe with us! Additionally, each nail is wiped clean upon completion of the appointment.
*Don't forget to complete your mani/pedi (and literally all other beauty appointments) before your tan!
Woohoo! Next, you will rinse with water at the time your technician advised you to and take a full shower (with soap) 24 hours later.
Then, we want you to assess your tan on the day your technician advises. This is usually the same amount of days out from your wedding that you will be getting your final tan (i.e. usually 2-4 days).
Assess your tan darkness in natural lighting and wearing something white (or whatever color you'll be rocking for the big day!) so you can let us know when you come back if you'd like to make any adjustments for the final tan appointment.
Trial tan a bit too dark, or not quite enough? Your technician will have a pre-consult with you before your final bridal appointment begins to see if you'd like to make any changes from your trial tan session.
We keep thorough formula notes after each session (especially for our brides!) to ensure we can get your color perfect for the big day.