2. Know Your Style: Flip through magazines and wedding sites to get an idea of what is good for your body type. Consider the time of year your wedding is and where it will be held. This all helps keep everything in order and in line with your theme. However, on the flip side you need to remain open. For example, you may be a die hard fan of mermaid dresses, but when you get to the store and try one on, it may not compliment your body at all.
4. Go with your gut: If it doesn’t feel right, if you can’t sit down and stand back up or raise your hands, don’t buy it. The last thing you want is to be uncomfortable on your wedding day. You want to move freely and be able to dance and socialize.
5. Have fun: This is very important; you only get this moment (hopefully) once in a lifetime. Make a day of it with your mom and close friend(s). Enjoy it. Make sure your voice is heard and lastly, picture what your groom’s face will look like when he sees you in your dress on your wedding day.
Do you have more to add? I welcome your comments below!