Shopping for a dress is one of the more exciting parts of getting married. When you go dress shopping, make sure that you don't fall for these classic dress shopping mistakes.
#1 Buying A Dress That Is Too Small
Do not purchase a dress that is too small because you plan on losing weight before your wedding. Even if you do achieve this goal, you cannot predict where you are going to lose that weight on your body.
Are you getting married in the next year? Have you and your future spouse been planning the wedding on your own? Although planning your own wedding can be fun and exciting, it may not be the best option. Instead of doing everything yourself, it's often a good idea to hire a professional wedding planner to take care of at least some of the planning. Some of the most important reasons for doing this include:
A baby's christening is a memorable event so it's only fitting that your baby's attire is special on that day. Here are some tips to help you choose a christening outfit for your baby.
You know first-hand that when it comes to dressing a baby, style is only a small piece. Ensuring that the baby is comfortable is much more important for any parent. Look for outfits that are designed from materials that will keep your baby comfortable.
You're engaged to get married — hearty congratulations are in order! However, once the post-engagement bliss dies out, you realize just how many things you have to get done, and in particular, how many vendors you have to contact to get your flowers, dress, tuxedos, venue…the list goes on and on. Luckily, expos like the Bridal Expo make this easier for you by gathering hundreds of vendors into one place, allowing you to turn days of phone calls into ten-minute conversations, with vendors all flocking for your attention.
If you're more comfortable on the beach than a church or hall or if you and your fiance have special memories associated with the beach, it only makes sense that exchanging your vows with your feet in the sand and the rush of the nearby ocean filling your ears is a good idea. However, planning that beach wedding can be as complicated as it for others to orchestrate more formal or religious settings and there are many details to consider.