Oh yeah! You are ready to step into last stage. However, do you know what you need to know before visiting the bridal store? Here are some tips for you to prepare on bridal gowns.
1) Make an appointment
All eyes should be on you as you are trying on bridal gowns. By scheduling an appointment, you will be paired with an expert bridal consultant who can help you find the dress of your dreams.
2) Know your budget
Beautiful wedding dresses are available at most price points. But if you don’t have a budget in mind in advance, you may just fall for a gown that makes you cry (and not happy tears).
3) Have a style in mind (but not too tightly)
By saving your favorites styles online and bringing pictures of wedding dresses you’ve admired, you will save yourself and your bridal consultant time and energy. However, the vision of your dream dress may alter a bit as you try on all the gorgeous options, so keep an open mind. If you simply must wear grandma’s brooch, bring that along too.
4) Don’t forget what’s underneath
Your consultant will outfit you with special undergarments so you can try on a variety of styles. Each David’s Bridal gown is perfectly paired with the right bra and slip for a perfect fit.
5) Skip the makeup
Foundation, lipstick, and mascara can leave embarrassing stains on white wedding dresses. Plus you want to find the shade of fabric that best matches your natural skin color.
6) Pack heels
Most brides wait until they have the dress before picking out bridal shoes. That makes perfect sense, but if you plan on wearing heels on the big day, wear a pair in the heel height you are comfortable walking in. Once you’ve chosen your dress, remember to bring your actual wedding shoes to the fitting.
8) Bring a trusted friend and a camera
You are going to need advice, a second opinion, and a photographer (to remember what the each gown looked like on). Your maid of honor and your mother (if possible) can offer all of the above. Plus they know you secretly want that dress over there (the one on the right), even though it doesn’t fit any of your stated criteria. Remember that the final decision is yours and too many guests can cause confusion.
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