While this doesn’t impact your personal choice of style, it will help you narrow it down a bit (for example, you probably wouldn’t want to wear a short dress if you were getting married at Christmas). You should also consider your body shape and personal style – all the way from the necklines you prefer to the length of the formal dresses, waistline styles and if you want a train or sleeves.
As a bride, you want your long sleeve bodysuit for wedding dress to feel – and look – special. While you may have said “yes” to the dress of your dreams, maybe you wish it had a little more sparkle, sleeves or maybe different straps. Although creating a custom wedding dress that perfectly matches your budget and dream can seem daunting – hello that is what designers are for!
Now more than ever, brides are embracing the non-traditional side of weddings, even when it comes to the wedding dress. Colored dresses are becoming quite popular and if you’ve been considering a color wedding dress, you’re going to love this post. This mermaid wedding dress screams ‘couture.’ It’s light and flowing, making it absolutely perfect for a spring or summer wedding, but it has plenty of texture so it’s interesting.
Many brides will go in looking for a particular style because they think it will fit and end up coming out with something completely different that actually fits much better. If you put on a dress and immediately start thinking about how it fits in with the rest of your wedding plans, you may well have found The One.