Wedding dressing is an art. Thus it would be best for each bride to go to a personal tailor and get her own best fit for that memorable day in every woman’s life.
That would be the case if we all lived in a fairytale; alas, there are things to consider, such as budget and revenue and all other non-fairytale details that go into planning a perfect wedding.
Depending on your location (in the world), a proper (and affordable) tailor should not be difficult to come by. Since every woman is unique, like a snowflake, it’s only natural that every dress should be unique.
Your wedding day is one of the most exciting and special days of your life, and it’s important to really soak up every moment. Of course, it can be a very stressful time as well because you have invested a great deal of time, energy, and money, and you want everything to go according to plan. As a seasoned wedding officiant, I have noticed a few common things over the years that couples overlook when it comes to getting the most out of their wedding day experience. So with the benefit of hindsight, here are 5 things you can do to avoid making some of the most common mistakes:
The wedding is considered one of the most critical events in life. Therefore, everything has to be calculated to the smallest detail: the future husband has to dress in an elegant suit, the wife in a white dress, and on her feet, they have to wear bridal shoes of the same colour.
Grooms and brides always manage to put a personal touch on their wedding dresses and suits: a little colour in the bridal bouquet, fun patterns in the accessories, and flowers in the wedding hairstyle. However, do not leave out the shoes; they are the perfect canvas for the most creative customization; they are full of surprises! Together with Shoppok, we discover how to style the soles of your wedding shoes to the maximum with these ideas.