Nowadays there is so much pressure to find the perfect dress and it causes brides to STRESS!! So we went to the google bot and found a few tips to help you be stress free...am I rhyming to much? Okay never mind to the article!
*Hopefully if you get their early you can miss the crowd. Who wants to be in a dress shop where they have to wait while all the other brides get to try on their dresses. If you get their early hopefully there won't be as many people and it may help to where the salesperson can focus more on you!
*Find your personal style and what flatters you most! Don't think about what the current trend is. Find what says "That is so (fill in the blank)(aka YOU!). It doesn't matter if so and so likes it, it may matter a little be if the groom likes it. All in all find something that is for you!
*Find a dress that has a beautiful top. The top will be photographed a lot! Take it from a photographers point of view. Most photos during reception are from waist up. But don't forget the bottom. I am sure whatever dress you pick will be beautiful!
*Be sure to take pictures while trying on dresses. Before you do make sure and ask the shop owner or assistants that it is okay you take the pictures. Pictures will help you remember which dress you like the most and which one you looked the best in.
*You don't have to have a whole entourage with you on the dress quest. Yes I know back on the rhyming train. Anyways don't feel like you need 10 people to go with you. Sometimes to many people means to many opinions and causes you to stress. Remember we are trying to be stress free. Oops rhymed again.
*Don't start crying when you have to go 2-3 sizes up from your regular size. Bridal Gowns usually run about 2-3 sizes to big so don't freak out!
*Movin, and Groovin! Yes be sure you can dance! And possibly sit down, I mean "that" might need to happen during you 7 hour wedding and reception...right? Mermaid looks are beautiful, but not if you can't dance, and do "that" lol.
Okay so those are some of the tips we found online. I am sure if you google you can find more. Happy hunting and stay stress free!