You must have been recently engaged if images of white dresses are occupying your thoughts. Many women have imagined their wedding day since they were born, but will the actual event live up to the long-standing dream?
While white may now be the ‘traditional’ bridal color, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to individualize your wedding gown with pretty trims or even using an off-white or cream shade. This way you can demonstrate your fashion awareness, while staying true to the more common color.
Vibrant and outgoing people might consider a more “daring” wedding. You can reinforce this concept if you plan to do a wedding with a theme. Try swapping out the colors for something bolder. These might not be the usual colors, but they will give your wedding photo extra flair.
If you would like to have a themed wedding, you can look for dresses related to a specific time period or a certain culture. If you are leaning more towards attire that is inspired by the Renaissance period, you’ll need to check costume shops which carry selections that can be transformed into wedding clothing.
If you are shorter than average, a gown with longer lines and seams will compliment your body type better. Even though high heels will make you appear taller, you will look even taller if you wear a clean and straightforward dress. One should be careful of detailing, it could cause the eyes to focus on part of the person’s outfit rather than as a whole outfit.
In order to reduce the emphasis on height and maintain less length, a taller bride can seek wedding attire with more accents along the bottom portion of the dress. The most important thing is that the dress is the best one for you and that you feel beautiful in it.
Don’t be held to a conventional or traditional way of thinking without following your heart’s desire. To make a long story short, don’t forget that it’s your day and you should feel the most comfortable and beautiful on your wedding day.