I’m not going to describe how beautiful the gowns are. I think you can see for yourself.
Perhaps you may have different opinion.
Anyway, this post is about the gown selection process.
I remembered a female friend of mine told us that her boyfriend specifically mentioned to her NOT TO ask him along during gown selection.
Because it is a lengthy process.
Last year around this time, my wife went for her first selection phase.
Normally there are two phases.
The second one will be the trying of the altered pieces.
My wife took two days to find the gowns she really loved.
For the first time, it started at 6pm and ended at about 10pm.
She didn’t really see one that she really like.
On the second day, she went back to the Bridal Studio and stayed from 2pm till 8pm.
I was with her on two days after working hours.
For the ladies, the gown selection is a tedious process.
As much as they wanted to look perfect, at the same time, they may be seeking approval from others especially her husband-to-be.
In fact, the fiance being physically with the bride-to-be serves as an emotional support and reassurance for her.
Though the process be a long waiting time, it is still worth the wait because it is the process the couple is going through together.
5 Tips for the ladies during gown selection:
1. Bring the guys along
2. Bring an experienced female friend who may have been through this process perhaps with other friends of hers (so that she can tell you what to look out for.)
3. Cut out or print out pictures of models in wedding gowns from newspaper, magazines or the Internet
4. Bring these pictures along so that you can show to the staff at the Bridal Studio
5. MUST have a “WOW” factor when you FIRST see yourself in the mirror with that gown.
Here are some gowns I saw from the Internet.
So which one do you like best and why? I would love to hear from you. >.<
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