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5 Mistakes Brides Make When Dress Shopping

Bride in pink wedding dress

When a bride to be goes wedding dress shopping, time almost seems to stand still. Giddy and enthusiastic, many future brides are eager to track down the one dress design that makes them feel beautiful, sophisticated and special. On ascotdiamonds.com, wedding dress shoppers can select luxury wedding rings that complement their dresses and capture their mood of upcoming weddings. Whether you have the theme of your wedding already entirely laid out, or want to wait until after a wedding dress selection choice is made, avoid the five most common pitfalls women come up against when choosing their dresses. Try to be as pragmatic as possible as you will be facing a potential emotional rollercoaster full of surprises while in search of that perfect wedding dress.

1. Looking at Only Certain Dress Designs

There are some wedding dress designs that simply know how to make any woman look amazing on her special day. You yourself may have decided long ago that you’d only wear a particular brand of wedding dress. Unfortunately, many of the more popular wedding dress designs are hard to find and difficult to afford. You can unwillingly sabotage your wedding dress plans by being too caught up on labels. Instead, go wedding dress shopping with an open mind and don’t be disappointed if your first choice is not available.

2. Buying Their Dresses to Soon

While it is a good idea to start planning your wedding early, it definitely isn’t wise to purchase a wedding dress long before your nuptials. Not only do you have to deal with the fact that substantial weight loss or gain can become a hindrance, there’s always a chance that you’ll simply change your mind. What happens if you need to change the date of your wedding, and your fall wedding instead becomes a summer spectacular? Wait until after you have booked a location and sent out wedding invitations before you purchase a wedding dress.

3. Skimping on Alterations

If you’re lucky enough to find a wedding dress that fits you stunningly right off the rack, consider yourself blessed. Even if you’re able to put it on and zip it up, remember that alterations may still be needed. Getting a wedding dress altered is a time consuming and sometimes inconvenient process, causing some brides to be to forgo this critical step. It would be a major mistake not to have your wedding dress at least examined by a seamstress.

4. Having a Meltdown Before Alterations are Complete

Another mistake that some future brides make is getting frustrated when their wedding dresses don’t look as they imagined. You’ll likely need to come in for multiple fittings before your seamstress is able to get the right look. As long as you have chosen a professional seamstress, you shouldn’t get temperamental when your dress is in the process of being finished.

5. Making Everything About the Dress

While your wedding dress should be the star of the show, don’t think that your day won’t be just as special if you had chosen a different design. The fact of the matter is that you are getting married, and your wedding dress will eventually become a memory. When you look back on your wedding day, you’re going to remember the friends that came to support you, the setting and the feeling that you had when you became officially married. All of those things are more important than a wedding dress.

Sometimes wedding dress shopping can cause brides to be to butt heads with their families as well as their future husbands. Don’t turn this special occasion into a battle, and try to be understanding when things don’t go your way. As long as you look and feel good in your wedding dress, nothing else matters.

1 Comment

  1. Lynsey
    November 1, 2016 / 10:33 pm

    Very good tips, we have been married 15 years and wedding have changed so much over that time. I wish I had chosen a different dress, I only tried a couple but we all live and learn.

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