Rows and rows of white linen and tulle, lace and satin surrounds millions of would be brides every year. Congratulations to all of those having a wedding this year, and a wish of unabashed hope for those who are still looking for the special someone to walk down the aisle with. Every bride is special, and their wedding dress should be as unique to their wedding as the decorations, the colors, the wedding invitations, or even the wedding accessories. A wedding dress is the most special, even though in modern times not so once in a lifetime dress a woman can hope to wear, but picking one out can be a not so wonderful headache for future brides. A few tips should help out would-be brides get down the aisle a little bit faster.
Ladies, we aren’t made of money and that fantasy wedding we had as children can’t be as fabulous as those we have imagined on fairy clouds and white horses. You can’t have everything that you wish for, but with proper budgeting, you can have many of them. Spending for a wedding gown shouldn’t be something that breaks the bank. You need that budget for other things like the reception and the wedding venue. There are ways to cut costs on the gown that will leave some cash for the honeymoon. Decide on the gown’s budget far ahead of time so that money can be stowed away for that fairy princess’s gown that you have always dreamed of.
Bring your friends along when you are Fairy dress shopping for your dress. A true friend will give you their honest opinion on your wedding gown. Of course the last decision is up to you but having a friend there to hold your hand and confirm that the wedding gown fits the best relieves some worry for the bride. Always look through several gowns with the style in mind, or even try a new style or two while you weave your way through racks of wedding dresses. Something might pop right at you from that pile of white fabric. Every year new styles are in the mode in the wedding dress world, wedding dress clippings from the latest magazine can give you a good idea for your one day wonder. If you want an educated opinion bring someone who has worn a wedding gown before, married friends will relive their wedding days as well as give you helpful suggestions when choosing a wedding gown.
Be comfortable with yourself and your gown. Fit your gown to your curves, the latest styles may not be so hot on a non-model body. Go for something that makes you beautiful, not something that makes the magazine model look beautiful. The truth will set you free, and a girdle will cinch you in all the right places. Curvy women can feel comfortable and look chic in a wedding gown that may have a more classic line, but is not so in style. A wedding is something to celebrate, might as well be comfortable doing it. Go for the gold at your wedding, make your gown something memorable and special, everyone deserves a dream wedding.