For many women, being tall is a dream! So, if you are taller than average, you will most likely have had others tell you how they envy your height. However, you know how this factor makes it exceptionally difficult to find dresses that fit you. As the general fashion industry is more geared towards creating dresses for women of average or slightly above average height, both tall and short women do not find as many options when they go shopping.
Fortunately, wedding dress shopping is not as difficult as finding regular dresses for your tall figure. Most wedding dresses are longer than average gowns and evening dresses, but it can still be difficult to find one that covers your toes, when you are six feet tall or more.
Here are some tips to help you find the dress and complete your look so it matches your expectations.
There is so much variety in evening dresses, that it can make shopping for the perfect one totally confusing. However, when you find the right dress, you will feel like a diva in it. Not only will it be comfortable, it will also bring out your best features and make you happy to show it off.
So, how do you set about looking for one, and identify if it is the right choice for you?
Here are ten valuable tips from Best for Bride, to help you find the right formal gown for your next big social event.
The food that is served at your wedding has an important role in determining the overall wedding experience. Most of the guests, if not all, will look forward to the food that is provided on your wedding day. So, you do not want them to be unhappy with the meal offered, while everything else was done to perfection.
Most wedding vendors offer a wedding tasting session before you book your order. With this option, you can actually see, taste, and experience the food that will be served on your wedding day. We suggest that you take your caterer up on this offer of wedding food tasting and make sure everything is just right, so there are no regrets later.
As with anything wedding-related – from the bridal shower gifts to choosing the perfect ring, there is a catering tasting etiquette that you should adhere to. We will be looking at the do’s and don’ts of wedding food tasting etiquette. But before we move to this list, let us first try to understand what you can expect at your tasting session.
It is common courtesy to RSVP, whether you will be attending a wedding or not. There is a purpose to it, as it helps the couple make their wedding plansaccordingly. A last-minute cancellation not only results in money being wasted and seating arrangements thrown off, but is plain inconsiderate.
As a guest, if you are not sure that you will be able to attend the wedding, it is polite to inform the couple of this. Mention that you will confirm at a later date, and make sure you do. It isn’t right to expect them to simply accommodate you at the last minute, when they have already planned the last details of the wedding. On the same note, it isn’t right to tell them that you will be attending, and then just throwing their plans off.
Unfortunately, not all guests are great at sticking to what they said in their RSVPs. So, how do you—the couple—handle this situation? Here is some help.