#1 - Once you find your dream wedding dress at our South Florida bridal salon, take a picture of yourself in it to show both your florist and your beautician. (Just make sure to keep it somewhere that the groom won't see it!) The look of your bridal gown will give both of these wedding vendors inspiration for what they will be creating for you. Fabric swatches from the dress can also be very helpful to these vendors.
#2 - When you have your wedding dress altered, make sure that you can sit down in the gown comfortably before the final alterations are made. Move around and maybe even dance a little too, just to make sure the fit is the best one possible.
#3 - Investing in some ballroom dancing lessons before your first dance together as husband and wife is a wonderful idea. Not only will the two of you look incredibly impressive on the dance floor, but it's also a great way to spend some quality couple time together during all of the wedding planning hustle and bustle. Wear your wedding day shoes to practice in so that you are comfortable "busting a move" in them on the wedding day.
#4 - Splurging for a new perfume will give you a signature scent for your wedding day. Every time that you smell it, you will be reminded of that amazing experience. You could save it to use again on special date nights and anniversaries too.
#5 - Consider buying a special decorative hanger for your bridal gown. After all, something that exquisite deserves a little extra attention! It will look very nice for the "getting ready" wedding photos before you get dressed. You might even buy some personalized hangers for each of your bridesmaids' dresses too.
#6 - On the morning of your wedding, don't wear a bra with straps that could leave marks on your skin that will show once you put your bridal gown on. Also, be sure to wear a button-up shirt or robe while you are getting your hair and makeup done so that you won't have to pull a shirt up over all of that beauty once you're wedding to slip into your dress.
#7 - This is always an awkward topic to bring up, but it's something that's bound to happen while you're in your wedding dress. Going to the bathroom in some bridal gowns can be difficult. As strange as it may sound, sometimes sitting backward facing the back of the toilet is the simplest way to get the job done.
#8 - Ask the photographer to get a shot of the entire room when you are walking down the aisle to meet your groom. Not only will you have a beautiful view of the back of your gorgeous bridal gown, but the photographer will also be able to capture the faces of your guests' when they see for the first time.
#9 - Setting up a photo area at your reception encourages all of your guests to take more pictures than they might normally. This is a great way to see all of the moments you may have missed while you were on the other side of the room, plus candid shots are always lots of fun to look at. Add a special wedding hashtag for the day so that everyone can share their photos with you.
#10 - The things that people seem to remember the most after a wedding are the food and the music. If you want to make sure everyone leaves with tons of happy memories, focus on making these areas amazing.
We truly hope that some of these pieces of advice will be helpful to you during your wedding planning journey. As a bonus tip, know that talking to women that have already been through their wedding day is always an excellent way to discover tips and tricks that you may not have thought of.
When it comes to your wedding day fashion, the talented consultants at our wedding dress store in Pompano Beach are here to make sure all of your questions are answered. When you come in for your appointment at Angelus Bridal & Formals, you will have our undivided attention while we help you discover that dream dress you always imagined walking down the aisle in. We'll make the shopping process easier for you so that you can just focus on enjoying the moment.
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Pompano Beach, FL 33069
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