That’s right, it’s the day that you are going to shop for your wedding dress. On second thought, that’s not right.
persistent. But for most of us, deciding on the first day of the search just doesn’t happen.
Shopping for your dress is so exciting, but it can also be very stressful, especially if you don’t know what to expect.
shopping for a wedding dress.
and it’s something that a lot of brides are unaware of. Many of them actually decide on a dress without ever even thinking
Well here’s one way: Trunk Shows. These are events that will show off a specific designer’s collection of bridal gowns.
up to a 15% discount. That’s a pretty sizable chunk right there. The issue of course is that you have to be available on
the day of the show.
way to cut down the costs. Another possibility is a sort of package deal offered by certain salons.
whole bundle. There might be another one if you buy a dress for the mother of the bride.
avoid spending too much.
probably going to include a deposit too and you are going to have to commit right then and there to alterations and
the dress is going to have to be changed and fixed up to make sure that it suits your specific requirements.
be sure, don’t sign that contract unless you are 100% decided on the dress that you want to walk down the aisle in.
from colour to measurements to fittings because you don’t want to sign for things that aren’t actually what you need.
straps. I’m afraid this isn’t really up for debate and it’s what you should be wearing while you’re shopping.
shape or different underwire. And it can actually make the dress a little bit uncomfortable to wear all day.
shopping that you plan on wearing on the day, even though it might feel like you’re getting ahead of yourself.
This is a little thing that makes a big difference.
dress in the same size as your normal dresses, it’s not going to fit you, it will be way too small.
don’t let it bug you. It’s not just you, every woman your size has to do the same.
day of their life. Regardless, it doesn’t matter. It’s just the way bridal gowns are sized.
Now all of this stuff should be in the contract and you need to make sure
that it is before you sign. There are some obvious things like the cost of alterations, the cost of any extra fittings that you might need and your deposit.
This could be different depending on the salon. The place you’re buying
from could have their own pricing policies.
If their pricing policies aren’t on their website, check things like yelp or
any bride-focused sites and blogs that cover your area.
I’m mostly joking here of course . . . But hey, if you do have any dressmaking experience
this is always an option. It’d definitely be cheaper!
dress and that’s so exciting. Plus, you’re only going to do it once. I hope.