Say Yes to Mom’s Dress

By on January 2, 2015

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Your mom has always been there for you through thick and thin. She’s fixed countless scrapes and bruises with Band-Aids and kisses and has wiped your tears when your heart is broken. Now that it’s time for you to begin your life away from your mom, there is no better gift that you can give her this Mother’s Day than to spend the day with her selecting the dress that she will wear to your special day.

Your mom feels the same nervous excitement about your big day that you do, and is probably pretty anxious about the dress that she will be wearing. Below are some ways that you can help ease this nervous tension and help her to better enjoy the process.

Take your Mom Shopping

There are so many options to choose from and your mom may need help making the perfect selection for her dress. It is also likely that it has been awhile since she has had a need for a formal dress. Simply being there when your mom chooses her dress can be a special moment to bond and relax.

Offer Advice

It is your wedding, so if you have a special look in mind for your mom, don’t be afraid to voice your opinion. More than likely, your mom will love the feedback that you offer and will be happy to go in the direction that you think is best. However, don’t give her so many restrictions that it makes the time you spend together stressful.

Start Early

Begin planning your trip a few months before your wedding. This will give your mom time to feel comfortable about the process. Many moms also take this time to lose a little weight before they are fitted for their dress. Just as brides want to look their best, so does your mom. She knows that this is a special day and will want to look her best. Planning ahead can make the dress buying process more fun and easier.

Make an Appointment

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Just as you would make an appointment to select your wedding gown, you should make an appointment for your mom as well. This can make her feel special and will help her have expert advice as to which dress looks the best for her. By making the event special, the pair of you will be able to share a special moment together before your big day.

Tips for Mom

When you’re selecting a Mother of the Bride’s dress, there are just as many options as there are gowns for brides. These options can become confusing and if you aren’t sure how the dress should fit you may easily become overwhelmed. Here are a couple of tips to remember when you are selecting your dress for your daughter’s wedding.

  • Short dresses should stop just above or at the knee
  • Longer dresses that fall around the mid-calf will make you appear older
  • Sleeveless dresses are ok; even for mom
  • If your dress comes with a jacket, it should be fitted properly so that it compliments your figure.

Final Thoughts

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Your mom is the most special woman in your life and one of the most important people that will be by your side on your special day. By offering your assistance when she is selecting her dress, you will be creating special memories that you can share with her from now on. For best results, make a day of the shopping adventure and find other things that you can enjoy together as well.

Best for Bride

Best for Bride is a full service bridal shop that offers fantastic options for the mother of the bride. You will be able to shop in quiet while you find the perfect dress for the bride’s big day and professionals will be on hand to help offer their opinion.

About Olga Pomeransky

Olga is manager at Best for Bride since 2005. Currently Best for Bride operates 4 bridal stores in Canada (Toronto, Etobicoke, Hamilton and Barrie). Best for Bride sells wedding, bridesmaids, mob dresses and more. http://www.BestForBride.com

2 Comments

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    Lalaine

    January 9, 2015 at 6:04 PM

    Oooh, pretty! These dresses are great it’s a special day of my son so, I may end up with the 3rd style!

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    britnylora

    January 16, 2015 at 4:13 AM

    i saw many to coolest dress in your site which i don’t seen market …

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