Picking out the wedding dress is probably the most nerve – wracking task a future bride to be has to do. We all dream about the perfect wedding dress, we all hope to be beautiful princesses and it would be a shame not to fulfill those dreams.
When it comes to wedding dresses, things have drastically changed over the years. The beauty of getting married nowadays is the fact that there is not a set trend for wedding dresses. You actually have the possibility to choose anything you want. There are no limitations and no rules you need to follow when picking out the dress.
The only thing you should keep in mind is the fact that it would be best if you would choose a wedding dress that is decent. You are supposed to be a pure and innocent young lady. Wearing a wedding dress that is way too revealing defeats the purpose of the whole pure and innocent thing.
There is nothing wrong with a bit of cleavage, there is nothing wrong if the dress is shorter than usual and even some see through parts are acceptable. Just don’t pick a dress that is incredibly short, shows a lot of cleavage and is also see through, because that will definitely be too much. Pick something that would make your father and your fiancé proud.
You have the option of choosing a Cinderella – like dress, one that truly fits a princess. In my opinion, every bride should wear a dress like this. Every woman should be a princess, even if just for one day. Besides, the tradition of wearing a big, fluffy dress has faded out in the past few years and I believe it is time to bring it back.
One other option would be a tight, long dress. This best suits tall women with incredibly long legs – the kind of women we all envy. This is an incredibly classy type of dress and it almost seems like something a queen would wear. So, if you don’t want to be a princess, you can go ahead and feel like a queen.
Of course, there are also many other options, from shape and color, but my personal favorite will always be white. As for the type of dress, you can let your imagination run freely. I have a friend who got married in snickers, wearing a white T-shirt and a white tutu – like dress. She had to be one of the most beautiful and interesting brides I have ever seen.
So unless you are a control freak, the wedding dress doesn’t really matter. The only thing that matters is that you found your significant other and that you are ready to start your lives together as man and wife. Everything else are just details that will fade over the years.