Matching your style to your Wedding Dress

In today’s marketplace wedding dresses offers a delightful confusion of options and styles.

The future bride is often faced with selections that veer wildly from sleek, form-fitting sheaths to bewitching confections.

The bride can choose to look like a medieval queen or a fairy princess, or she can don a tailored suit.

In order to search for your style you need to ask yourself these questions

1. What wedding style do you want?

2. Formal, informal, or somewhere in between?


A Formal Wedding

The formal style comes in many packages. The formal style could take place in a palace or in the church around the corner, virtually all formal weddings have a few things in common.

The formal wedding is one in which you will most likely have a religious ceremony in a cathedral, church, synagogue, or other place of worship. With a formal style you may have a full reception in a hotel ballroom, a mansion, museum, country club, cruise ship, or other upscale location .

At the reception there are usually assigned dinner seating at the reception .

The groom and his groomsmen usually wear tuxedos, traditional morning coats, or other formal attire.

The dress of the attendants usually include matching gowns and shoes.

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For your formal wedding dress, you'll probably want to limit your gown choices to those which are:

White or off-white wedding dress Floor length wedding dress Outfitted with a cathedral-length or chapel-length veil, plus a train in the same length Made from luxurious fabrics such as silk, satin, velvet, and/or brocade Graced by a Queen Anne, bertha, or wedding-band collar Detailed with seed pearls, lace, jewels, beading, sequins, etc. Accessorized with gloves Worn with a tiara or other formal headpiece.