Ok girl, looks like you have alot of advice,,,here’s mine,,,I’m a professional makeup artist here in California, and have done MANY brides makeup,,,,if you’re taking pictures,,,which I’m sure you are,,,you need to make sure its a matte makeup! If you’re concerened with coverage, then I would get a liquid foundation, put that on after your sunscreen, get oil-free sunscreen, so you don’t get that shiny look, after your foundation, apply your concealer under your eyes, around your nose and any blemishes or dis-colerations, then finish with powder, a translucent powder is best, I wouldn’t layer a colored powder with foundation unless your color matched while wearing both, otherwise you’ll look like your wearing lots of makeup! Also stay away from shimmery eyeshadow, it doesn’t photograph well. If you want to save money, go to the drugstore, most of these companies make the same makeup sold at department stores for much more. Almay is made by Clinique, Lorel has a great foundation, color match, and cover girl has a great translucent powder compact or loose powder. You can return colors that don’t work for you, Max Factor has great high pigment eyeshadows, stick with neutreals, browns or grays, these look great in pictures! Don’t forget blush and even bronzing powder,,if it feels like your wearing tons,,,don’t worry, it will look sooo natural in the pics, otherwise you’ll just look really pale! Good luck!