It's your big day, and have you found your dream dress? If you are looking for wedding dress now, take the below things in mind, this would help you pick out the right dress for your special day. Read on and hope these would help you.
DON'T schedule your wedding dress appointment late in the day. The early bird gets the worm—er, in this case, the early bride gets an energetic, fresh bridal store staff that hasn't dealt with the concerns of a million clients already. If you get the first appointment of the morning, the store will likely be less crowded, and you'll get the full attention of your consultant.
DON'T forget about the top of your wedding dress. A long, gorgeous wedding dress with a fancy hem is to die for. Just remember that the top of your dress is what people will notice most—and what will show up in most wedding pictures. The majority of wedding photos that guests take of you are from the waist up.
DON'T pick a wedding dress just because it's trendy now. Trendy wedding dresses won't necessarily stand the test of time—flip through your parents' wedding album for evidence of that. When you feel sexy and glamorous in a gown that has both modern and traditional elements, and you feel like a better version of yourself when you're wearing it, you've found your timeless gown. It's something that will never go out of style.
DON'T feel like you must bring an audience when you try on wedding dresses. Wedding TV shows make it look like you need to bring every one of your female relatives, your neighbor and your kindergarten teacher with you to help with the dress search. The result was negative. Too many opinions, thoughts and coordination. I found success going to the salon myself and selecting my gown. And I learned it's perfectly normal to go alone—not to mention stress-free.
DON'T forget that all wedding dress and accessory sales are usually final. Gulp—no pressure, right? But it's a realistic reminder that you should stay serious in your search for your wedding dress and accessories. Now I'm realizing it doesn't really work with the rest of the wedding and I should just get a simple veil. Only now, I have a hundred-dollar clip-on hat that I didn't realize was nonreturnable.