13 May 2008

How to Choose a Wedding Dress

How to Choose a Wedding Dress
Your wedding dress is probably the most important element of planning your wedding. It will be in almost every wedding photo, and it may even be passed down to your daughters someday.
Choosing the right wedding dress isn�t a matter of looking at dresses until you find one you think is beautiful. You have to also be certain you�re getting a dress that will make you the beautiful bride you deserve to be, and that means finding a dress that you love, but one that also accentuates your features.
The bride is the centerpiece of any wedding. All eyes will be on her, and of course on her dress of choice. As the center of attention, you want to look your best, and that means choosing the right dress for your body type.
In the past, only virgin brides could wear white to their wedding. These days it has become more acceptable for any bride to wear white. If you aren�t a first-time bride, or if you are obviously not chaste, don�t feel pressured into choosing a white dress. Today it is just fine to choose white, no matter what your current status.
You will probably want to speak with someone at the dress shop who could show you how to pick a dress that will accentuate your best features. For example, if you have a large bust, a dress with a fitted bodice would help accentuate this feature. If you are very thin, you might want to choose a dress that is fitted all the way down, because a dress that has a large skirt could overwhelm your frame.
A professional will be able to point you in the right direction. They will know what type of dress will look best on your frame, and they will be able to help you choose from those dresses that would work for you.
Don�t be disappointed if your body type can�t support the type of dress you were dreaming of. It�s much better to choose a dress that will look best on you than to choose a dress you love, but that doesn�t look as good on you. After all, you deserve to be at your most beautiful on such a special day!