June’s supposed to be the wedding month but apparently, a lot of people do get married during the winter. I personally know of three people who tied/will be tying the knot. Here are quick guides which can help the bride shop for the wedding dress despite the holiday rush.
Set your priority. While the Christmas and the new year’s in the periphery, your wedding should be the main event! So leave the winter holiday planning to someone else so you can attend to your own wedding plans—because there’s a lot of preparation to do.
Every time you go shopping, include your wedding dress in your list. Finding the right dress will take weeks so the earlier you’re on the lookout, the sooner you’ll find it.
As soon as you see the right dress, buy it. Don’t wait for it to go on sale, because someone else might buy it if you let it pass. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t fit perfectly, as long as you’ve got enough time to make alterations.
If you don’t have any ideas on your dress style, scan through bridal magazines and go to bridal fairs. You have to make sure that your dress will complement your motif and your husband’s outfit as well.
Try them on! Fit the dresses you’ve found so you’ll know if you’ve finally found your perfect wedding dress. It will also help if you take pictures of you wearing the different dresses, so that your family and friends can compare them.
Put all your potential wedding accessories in one box. You have to decide on the set of accessories you will be wearing on your special day, so make sure you’ve got all of the options in one place.
Wear a dress which makes you feel gorgeous. In your search for the perfect dress, you will find one which makes you feel beautiful and sexy. On top of everything, it’s important that your wedding dress should be comfortable so you can have the most fun at your wedding.