On your wedding day, walking down that aisle and meeting at the alter with your future husband, is like the most nerve wrecking and most exciting moment in any woman’s life. So you can’t help but think about tripping in front of the entire crowd or doing something even more embarrassing. However if you are wearing that favorite gown you have always dreamed of and if it is tailored to fit you exactly, then you don’t even have to worry about tripping and embarrassing yourself. To make sure this goes as planned, you should first start off by selecting the right gown that fits you. Here are some mistakes you need to be mindful of when doing so.
Getting the timing wrong
Just like everything else in wedding planning, shopping for wedding gowns also needs to be done on time. If you are too late then chances are that you end up with something that is lousy or ill-fitting and fitting it to your size becomes another hassle to deal with. However, if you keep more time ahead and go shopping for your gown early, then you have the liberty to be picky or get it custom made just the way you want. So, start shopping 10 months before the actual day!
Don’t bring the entire Freddy family
You’ve got to think real, there is no chance you can ever satisfy everyone. So if you are planning on bringing the entire Freddy family with you to go dress shopping, then you might want to think twice. After all, it is your big day so you should be wearing something that you think looks good and feels good and not what someone else thinks is the best. But that doesn’t mean you should ditch everyone, you can of course bring a few friends or family that you are close to and feel that they would support you in this task of picking lace bridal dresses!
Giving too much power
This is basically more linked with the above point that says you should be picking only a few close people to go dress shopping with you. It is only obvious that you would be asking that you care for, to assist and support you in the task of picking ‘The dress’ for you. However you should be mindful of giving them too much power that they determine what you should be wearing and what you shouldn’t be even though it might not be what you want. So take their thoughts and opinions in to consideration but don’t ever let them overpower yours! After all, it is you who is going to be wearing it and it is your big day, not there’s! In addition to the above, don’t forget to take your budget in to account as well and then select the ideal gown.