How To Avoid A Complete Wedding Dress Disaster
April 23, 2018
Shopping for your wedding dress is no doubt the more stressful yet exciting part of the wedding planning process. With a group of trusted friends by your side, you are able to decide on the perfect gown to wear on the happiest day of your life.
So many people dream about their wedding day and want their dress to be nothing less than perfect, but sometimes brides to be a known to make a few mistakes that delay the goal of finding the right one.
So, in order to stay calm and collected where are some helpful tips to avoid all the wrong turns when choosing the most important dress of your life.
Time Is Valuable, Use it Wisely
When searching for ‘the dress’ the bride has to make certain there is enough time to get a custom-made gown (unless you have opted for the pre-owned route). Usually, custom dresses will take up to around 6 weeks to design and make. In a lot of cases, brides will end up ordering their wedding dress and bridesmaids dresses at the same time. This is to ensure they can be ready in time for the ceremony and leaves time for any alterations that may be needed.
Ordering your dress should be at the very top of the list. Seeing as most engagements usually last up to twelve months, so don’t just go and buy the first dress you see as it will give you fewer chances to explore all the other options. Purchasing a dress too early on can mean you end up finding a gown that you later decide you don't like as you get closer.
Shopping for a wedding dress takes time, and the process shouldn't be rushed. The bride must be able to explore the options be free to consider different types of dresses available. One thing you need to remember is to not try on dresses you can't afford. Even though there is a lot of excitement during the dress shopping process, stick to your budget.
Looking around at different stores in different cities is also a very good idea. You are able to have a larger outlook on the different sales and prices of dresses in several markets. If you are not ready to make a purchase once you've tried on dresses, then you are probably not ready for dress shopping. The reality of it is that you are out to get a dress not to just try them on.
One of the most important thing about dress shopping is that you choose a dress that you feel comfortable and more importantly beautiful in.
At Last, The Day Has Arrived
Finally, at long last, the wait is over and the big day has finally arrived. Throughout your day you should try and keep your dress clean and perfect.
In order to avoid any dress disasters, it might be a good idea for your bridesmaids to be in charge of any emergency kits, just in case of any spills or tears. More than likely you won't need to make use of it but it's always a good idea to be prepared.