The Perfect Wedding Dress
One of the most memorable wedding planning moments is the dress selection – sipping champagne with the special ladies in your life and finding the look you adore!
Finding your dream gown can be stressful. After all, you've likely never even tried one on before, and it's the most expensive garment many women will ever own, so it can feel like the pressure is definitely on. Your dress sets the tone for the wedding as a whole, whether it's a grand ballroom affair or a casual beach bash.
Before you start dress shopping, decide whether you want a casual garden party-themed wedding or a formal, romantic affair. Always keep the venue and theme in mind as you browse gowns, because the last thing you want is for your dress to clash with your overall wedding style.
In addition to silhouette, color, and embellishments, fabric makes a big difference on how a gown will look on you. A heavier, more structured material (think silk shantung, taffeta, or guipure lace) will hold its shape and smooth your figure. Less flattering for those with curves are unstructured silk or filmy chiffon.
Perhaps you're more the type who wants to look classic and timeless on your wedding day — think lace. Or maybe you're a fashionista who loves being up-to-the-minute?
Can not decide on style?
2 in 1 wedding gown is something you don't see very often. It is a smart choice when you can not decide whether to have a sexy, va-va-voom sheath dress that makes everyone appreciate her curves or you still dreaming of a princess style ballgown which would be 100% understandable. We all had it as a first thought as little girls I am sure.
This wedding dress is unique as for the ceremony you would wear as a classic dress and for the reception and party later the evening you would just clip the tulle bottom part up. No need to change, you have 1 wedding dress but 2 version of wearing it.
When white isn't romantic enough
These days, wedding dresses come in all shapes and colors. Fashion-forward brides are choosing to go with wedding dresses with a blush-hue that is modern and elegant.
For this wedding dress it is usually combined the blush base with a white lace or other white fabric so the outlook will be definitely more than gorgeous.
Blush and Light Pink Wedding Dresses for brides who want to shake up tradition, but still look effortlessly bridal. Whether you wear white or not, no doubt all of your guests will still know you're the bride.
That might also mean to try on an eggshell or ivory, romantic blush, or even a bold red. It may not be right for you, but a survey showed 14 percent of brides would wear a colored wedding dress. Don't be afraid to be unique!
It's easy, especially for people-pleasing brides, to bend in the moment to what gown your mom, sister, or maid of honor loves on you. But it's crucial that you go with what you love and what feels like your dream dress, regardless of other people's expectations.
The gown that makes you feel the most beautiful is the gown you should choose. Even if a gown checks off all of your criteria, keying in on feelings can help you decide between dresses and lead to that magical moment when you've finally found "The One."
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