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If you follow our social media, you may have noticed that we get to dress many gorgeous brides who choose to wear modest wedding dresses. You may have also noticed that we go about it differently; No patchwork. No piecing. No fills. And, most importantly, no cookie cutters! Although it has been a few years since I got married, I would definitely do it all again if I could wear one of these dresses. They are absolutely stunning! On the other hand, if lace is what makes you go weak at the knees, Victoria’s got you covered there too: she wore the Bernadotte family heirloom lace veil It’s been passed down through the family since Queen Sofia and was also worn by her mother, her grandmother, and assorted aunts. First and foremost, do not bleach your wedding dress in an attempt to clean or restore it. Bleach will further weaken the strength of the original fabric, possibly dissolve buttons and other decorative items, and it doesn’t even work. Make sure there are ample restroom facilities – If you’ve ever been to an outdoor wedding with 100 guests and 1 port-a-potty for all to share then you’ll know what I mean. This budget-friendly Breckelles style will set you back a mere 27 bucks. It’s synthetic, of course, but if you’re on a shoestring budget, this could be a winner. Wider tents have higher ceilings, which looks better and does a better job of keeping you cool. A 40′ x 60′ tent will have a higher ceiling than a 30′ x 80′ tent from the same manufacturer. Only use a long, skinny tent if that’s all that will fit in your space. Ideal for showing off your figure and petite brides. These dresses fit close to the body and do not flare out. I have recently purchased my bridal gown through you… We drove five hours to your store and enjoyed every moment spent there, with getting all the information that we needed.

Maybe for the wedding night though. Although it’d be a hell of a lot easier to get out of, than the damn Victorian reproduction with 33 buttons down the back that I wore. Loved what you had to say, great article. I wonder actually many people actually follow some of these rules? I know the centerpieces are hard to keep on the tables, people do want to take them. Thank-you for sharing. I would like to submit that there is another use for this type of information and to me as I planned my own wedding and especially as I am helping a good friend plan hers it is even harder to deal with. My friend (as well as I) had gastric bypass surgery. While she has lost close to 200lbs and is probably a size 10 or so, she has the extra skin on the arms (batwings). Any suggestions how to deal with this at a beach style wedding? The upper arm needs covering with a sleeve but …