Tips For Choosing Your Wedding Day Dress

Are you a bride-to-be? We know the mounds of work that is still pending to pull off your dream wedding. We also know the intensity with which you must be freaking out. First of all, it is all okay and normal to freak out a bit, but do not let the wedding preps get the best of you. This time is supposed to be enjoyable and something that you are going to remember for the rest of your life. So, do not put yourself into extreme stress, instead enjoy the time you have, while planning the best you can. Let’s come to one of the most important elements of your wedding day – the bridal gown. Your wedding dress or bridal dress has and must have a class of its own. It is obvious that what you wear is going to make or break your look and set the class for the event. We all know the drill; no other garment that you have ever worn can be ‘as perfect as the one’ that you are going to choose for your wedding. It is quite justifiable that our wedding dresses and probably the finest and the most expensive items of clothing that we will ever buy. As exciting as it can get, the brides also get scared, because they don’t want to waste their money. Top of all, nobody would want not to look the best at their wedding day. So, here are some tips to help you choose your dream wedding day dress. 

Plan, Plan, and Plan: 

The first and foremost aspect of finding the ONE dress you want to wear is to start early with your hunting. You should begin shopping at least nine months before the actual date. This way, you will be stress-free and will have the liberty to scour as many designers as you want, and even have custom-made gown. If you are extremely picky about what you want to wear, then custom is the only option and that requires months to plan, prepare and at least three fittings. You should start searching Wedding Dresses Melbourne, as soon as you have a rock on your engagement finger. Once done, it is about time you establish a budget on your wedding gown before ordering. This way, you will have an idea on what you can and what you cannot afford. Generally, try not to spend more than 5 percent of your total budget on a gown including all the accessories. Prices vary, depending on the complexity of what you need done. So, make sure that you have your estimate charted out and up front. 

Make The Appointments: 

It is worth and wise that you start scheduling the appointments at the bridal salons that you are interested in watching out. It will give you a sense of what needs to be done, how many designers or department stores are yet to be visited and where you are in your entire wedding gown hunting process. Moreover, with appointments, you will also get one-on-one and undivided attention of the sales consultant who will be able to pull the right styles and different gowns for you. Similarly, plan these visits very wisely. Most of these appointments are of around an hour, so don’t rush yourself into trying whatever comes to your hand. Pick only five gowns per salon trip. Avoid your lunch hours, because then you are already in a hurry to go back to office alongside the Saturday afternoons, because this is when the salons are already mobbed. 

Feel The Feel! 

Yes, you must feel the feel of the gown that you are interested in, so you don’t end up buying something uncomfortable. Make sure you can breathe easily, move around, sit down and can bend a little. If you are easy in all your actions and you look good in the mirror, pay a 50-percent deposit up-front, go home and imagine your big day. 

Once you have ordered and paid the advance, pick your gown at least a week before your wedding date and make sure that everything is done to perfection. At home, suspend it from a rod while it is still in the bag and unzip it slightly. Now that you have it, you can easily focus on all the remaining chores without worrying about your dream wedding gown.