By Aleida Maier. Wedding Decoration. Published at Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 - 17:40:00 PM.
It is often the hardest part of the wedding for the Bride to organise, agonising over the look, style, price, colour, shape and fit. The most important thing to remember when looking for a wedding dress is to focus on the features of the dress that are most important to you as the bride. This will allow you to narrow down your search to find to the dress that suits you best, and of course in these financially difficult times one that suits your budget. Every bride planning a wedding will be on a budget and they will often look at the price of the wedding dresses as the before all else. A good designer will tailor their dresses to target different budgets and markets and brides will search for dresses from within a certain price range and select the best dresses to look at more closely. This way they are more likely to find a dress that they can comfortably afford.
The wedding dress or attire will solely depend on culture and religion of the individuals getting married. However, western cultures and Christian circles have made the white wedding dress iconic. The white dress for weddings was notably popularized in the 19th century by Queen Victoria. As a result, weddings that feature a white bridal dress are referred to as white weddings. Before Queen Victorias wedding, brides used to wear all manner of gowns in an assortment of colors ranging from yellow to black and brown. After Prince Albert and the queen tied the knot, the white wedding gown became the gold standard. The elite found a new way to showcase both affluence and social status. Some cultures will choose celebratory colors like red for their wedding gowns; this is more common in eastern cultures.
Wedding dress embellishments and decorations have one special purpose, and thats to bring something extra to your gown. Additional decorations and embellishments are a great way of making your dress even more unique and fashionable. A basic gown would look great with additional beading and perhaps some embroidery. If you want a more feminine gown, then adding a bow, some ribbons or three-dimensional flowers can give your dress the boost needed to make it an amazing and personalized wedding dress.
For some brides, there is still a stigma when it comes to wearing a dress that was previously owned by someone else. Just because it was another brides wedding gown does not make it any less special for your wedding. Many used wedding dresses look just like new. Obviously they were only worn once, some may never have even made it to the alter making it completely new. You would be surprised how many gorgeous dresses you can find that have been pre-owned.
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