The picky bride, we either know one, are one or going to be one, and there’s nothing wrong with that. It is one of the biggest days of your life so you have every right to be as picky as you want to be. This, however, does not simplify wedding dress shopping and can make it quite difficult for those around you.
A great way to prepare for the shopping aspect of your dress is to go through pictures and see what you like and don’t like. What styles will suit your personality and body type, although you can wear whatever you want on your wedding day? Having somewhat of an idea of what you would like to try on can make things a little bit easier for you and the wedding stylists.
Here are a few ideas to get you thinking in the direction of what kind of dress you will want to wear on your big day.
Mori Lee – 2791
This simple ball gown is covered in hand-beaded crystal and diamante that trickles down onto the skirt. The fabric is made of tulle which gives it a slightly whimsical feel. It has a sweetheart neckline and the back has buttons. Floor length and elegant this dress will please even the most difficult of brides.
Grace Loves Lace – Leon
This handmade Australian gown is elegant and chic and is for the woman who is confident. It hugs the figure in all the right places and has a low back that is open with straps that crossover. The front of the skirt has a centre-front split. It is modern yet classic and is the sexy all rolled into one.
Maggie Sottero – Rory
This dress is for the princess bride, it is full and flowy in a ball gown style. It’s made from Shavon Organza which gives it a luxe look and feel. A low V is pleated into the front that becomes a crossover bodice, eventually making its way down into a Swarovski crystal and bead waistline with a full skirt. The dress has intricate beading on the front and back bodice straps.
Sottero & Midgley – Gavin
Made from Gala Satin the gorgeous gown has an incredible illusion deep sweetheart neckline with an illusion open back that has Swarovski crystals and beading, which also run its way around the waist before dropping down into a beautiful full ball gown skirt. The best part about this dress? It has pockets!
Grace Loves Lace – Arlo
The perfect gown for the minimalist. When being very picky sometimes what a bride needs is a dress that is simple, very very simple. And this dress is it. An appropriate dress for a beach or any type of outdoor wedding. Thin silk straps that dip down into soft V neckline kicks of this simple dress, it is figure hugging and available with or without a train.
Top this dress off with gold accessories and you’ll look like a Greek goddess.
Sottero & Midgley – Viera
This mermaid style wedding gown has a romantic sweetheart neckline that has gorgeous Swarovski crystals that flow down all the way to the waist. The skirt cascades into sweeping tulle that has beige lace overlays. It also has an option of detachable lace sleeves that cut off at the shoulder.
So even if you are extremely picky these ideas will get you thinking in the right direction, there is a dress for every bride. And you’ll know when you try it on, some think it’s a myth, but you will know when you’ve found the dress. So don’t shy away from trying on something that you think might not suit you. The dress might just surprise you. And if you’re really stuck, wedding stylists know what suits certain body types and might just pull the dress of your dreams.