5 Ideas That Fit Your Style and the Season
. . .Fall dresses come in several styles to fit just about any type of bride. If you are having a fall wedding you will want to choose a dress that not only accents your body type but also accents the great season you have chosen for your wedding.
Great advice in any season is to be smart when looking for your wedding dress. Use all resources available to you including bridal shops, bridal shows, department stores and of course the Internet.
The Internet has become a good source for all stages of selecting fall wedding dresses. Many online stores make shopping for the best price a snap, and you may even be able to locate hard to find styles and sizes.
As you probably may know, fall is a great time to get married. The bright foliage available in many parts of the country makes the perfect backdrop for your wedding day.
Below are five tips for finding perfect fall wedding dresses.
The Weather...The location of your wedding may influence the type of dress you choose. Long sleeve gowns or gloves are an option however they are not for everyone.
Stoles or wraps are a good way to ensure you will not be cold on your wedding day. They can keep you warm if the temperature drops in the evening, and if it turns out to be a warm day you can just not wear it.
Unique Colors... Colors such as cream,off whites and ivory have become very popular for fall. These colors work well with the colors of the season, like gold, red and orange and even gold yes gold.
For a more edgy look, dark black wedding dresses allow you to make a statement. If all black isn't your taste and style, a black sash or belt makes a great accent for a white wedding dress.
Use Your Wedding Theme... There are several wedding themes that work really well in the fall, and fall wedding dresses can be used to tie everything together. Fall theme ideas include Halloween, vineyard,apple, pear, princess and harvest.
Gothic, princess and renaissance style dresses can help finish off your theme.
Use Accent Pieces... Accent pieces can be a beautiful addition to an elegant classie gown, or they can help an average dress up a level. Crystal and silver brocade embellishments or gold beading and accents are a nice touch.
Be careful not to go overboard, however. Some dresses don't need any extra touches, and it is always best to stick to the adage that less is sometimes more.
Don’t Wait... Finding the right dress for you can definitely be challenging. Starting the process early helps to reduce stress, and it can also helps ensure you get your first choice of dress.
A rule of thumb is to start the process at least one year in advance. This ensures enough time for ordering and altering your dress.
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Best Peter & team bELLE