Six Important Tips You Need For Your Wedding Week Dress
At one point in time (ladies) you’re going to get wedded if you have not except you want to become a Rev. Sister. When you as a bride is trying to plan for your wedding there are so many decisions to make, these decision ranging from deciding on the venue decoration, mastering the guest list to the all-important selection of the perfect wedding dress. Wedding dress for the perfect day is one of the most important decisions to make by every bride to be. Weddings are no longer just a day events, it will take a whole week of activities and even in some culture it take more than one week. So the bride and groom will be the centre of attraction all week long, and a bride not only wants to look amazing on her wedding day but also at all of the events leading up to that day.
Below Are The Important Tips To Consider When Choosing Your Wedding Week Dress.
1. Venue Decoration & The Event:
It is important to match you clothing with the venue (location) and the event of the day. Whichever location it may be, it is would be nice if you dressing do not make you look awful, for instance, let say you’re having high tea with your bridal party at a 5 star location, then you should be dressed to match. Showing up in boyfriend jeans and a t-shirt would not be appropriate. If you are having a casual cocktail event on the beach, a sundress or even capris would be appropriate, but you and the groom should plan to dress-up slightly more than the rest of your guests. After all you are the guests of honor and want to stand out at your own party.
2. Give a Trial:
Think you’ve found someone to create your wedding gown? Have her make you another dress maybe a shift for work, or some other dress, this will enable you to see her work and how you work together before you entrust your wedding dress to her.
3. Put The Groom Dress In Mind.
We’re not suggesting completely matching your outfit with your groom’s. If you decide to wear a printed dress, then keep the groom’s outfit simple and have him wear colors that would compliment not compete with your outfit. You don’t want to put on clashing prints and have it documented in all of your wedding weekend photos.
4. Don’t Be Too Trendy.
Keep your outfits on trend but don’t make too much emphasis on the trending attire. All you need do is to lean towards classy and simple. You will be photographed at all of your festivities. If you don’t want to look back years from now and laugh at the brightly-colored, bold-printed asymmetrical dress you wore, stick with the basics. You can always incorporate current seasonal trends tastefully with accessories. That is right!
5. Selection At The Saloon:
When you’re in the bridal salon, don’t eliminate anything at first glance. Even though certain styles work best on certain body types, don’t let the rules narrow your search too much. It helps to try on all different kinds of dresses, and then to decide which shape and style you look and feel best in. so if the salesperson brings you something she says you must try , try it, even if you detest the way it looks on the hanger. Many a bride has ended up going ga-ga for a wedding gown the salesperson had to persuade her to try on.
6. Just Be Yourselves.
It’s tempting to try new looks and go outside your norm. This weekend is all about you after all, and you want to make sure you make a lasting impression. But you want people to remember how happy and in love you are, not that you decided to wear five-inch platform heels when you normally wear flats and could not walk in them. Make sure you feel amazing in your outfit, as it will come through in your body language.
The key to being comfortable is wearing clothes that fit you properly and tastefully. Wearing a low-cut dress to one of your events may reflect your personality, but might not be the best choice, especially if you are constantly adjusting. You want to have fun at your event, not be worrying about a wardrobe malfunction. Save that outfit for the honeymoon.
If you are feeling stuck on what to wear, visit some of your favorite online retailers or blogs to get inspired. Sites like Shopbop and Net-a-Porter have editorialized style boards.