As a bride, you are the star of your wedding, and your dress should be nothing less than perfect. But with all the bridal gown designs to choose from, finding the perfect one for you can get quite challenging. Here are a few tips to lessen the fuss and get you on your way to that beautiful dress.
Prepare early. Unless you are perfectly proportioned or very lucky, it is virtually impossible to buy a wedding gown off the rack in one day. Alterations to a ready-made gown takes at least a month to finish, and it’s even longer if you have your gown custom made (give it three to four months). This is why experts advise future brides to shop for the gown five to six months before the wedding. This will give you the chance to try on different designs and find one you are most comfortable with.
Set a budget and stick to it. Gorgeous wedding gowns do not necessarily come with hefty price tags. Be practical x96 keep your savings and buy a beautiful but reasonably priced gown instead. Instead of buying designer gowns, for example, you can get ‘designer-inspired’ versions from some specialty shops, or cut out a picture of the design you like and have a seamstress imitate it for you.
Know what design you like. There are four major design considerations when choosing a bridal gown: type of sleeves, neckline, skirt, and bodice. Avoid going into a bridal shop without knowing what you want x96 you will waste your time and the sales associate’s. If you can, bring images of the designs you like with you so that you can be guided straight to the gowns you want.
It also is a good idea to ask the opinion of either a professional stylist or a very fashionable friend to help you choose a cut that flatters your figure. You likewise need to choose a design that is appropriate to your wedding’s level of formality, and time and venue.