The something borrowed aspect of your wedding preparations is the most cost-cutting of the lot.
From wedding veils to your spouse’s last name, something borrowed offers brides the chance to make more sentimental choices for their wedding proceedings. But where should you start?
For that, we offer some wonderful options!
And a silver sixpence in your shoe
Almost every bride in the world has heard of this tradition. Originated in the late 19th century as a wedding tradition, each phrase of this rhyme represents good luck tokens for the bride so that she can carry them with her down the aisle, and forth for a happy marriage.
In modern times, this rhyme is still considered superstition by some. But the good luck associated with it is one that is still believed by millions.
Here at Perfect Bridal, we believe in many things that brings joy and happiness to couples. As such, we truly back this old notion. So much so, that in our four-part blog, we delve into each aspect of it, giving you some ideas on how you can incorporate it into your wedding.
Since we’ve taken care of the something old, we move on to the something new component of your wedding.
You’re probably thinking, “I just bought my exquisite Alfred Angelo wedding dress. Isn’t that the something new I need?”
Truth be told, we’re inclined to say no.
A new wedding gown is the easiest way to incorporate the something new in your wedding preparation, but it’s not the only one. With more people using their own creativity to add something new in their wedding, it is becoming a lot easier for brides to make their wedding different and thus, memorable.
For a bride, her wedding dress is one of the most important aspects of her big day. The dress has to be just perfect. Whether it is a long trailed crepe silk gown or a knee length number, there are a lot of things which go in the making and choosing of a dress. Read more
We understand that a lot goes around when you are preparing for a wedding and that too, your own! The venue, the caterer, the dress, guest list, fretting over the type of flowers, everything seems to grow on o you during the final months. You are constantly under stress; you just want it to go down well! Read more
You all have read the to-dos for a bride to be: sleep well, eat less, find the right planner, etc. is the kind of things every bride to be hears, reads, and even dreams about. Read more
The moment you announce your engagement on social media, notifications begin to flood in. While some are just wishing you luck for the future, your friends bombard you with questions and comments like, “Am I in your bridal squad?”, “Please don’t pick pastels; they look weird against my skin”, and so on. Read more
The fact that the once-hated bridesmaids dress is not only becoming more fashionable but also a multiwear is not something that has gone unnoticed. With the world becoming a little bit more expensive to shop in, convertible dresses are creating waves in the bridal couture as the best thing to wear. Read more
Before going to buy a bridal gown, it is important that you know everything there is to know about wedding gowns so you can create the best look possible. Carrying on with part two, we at Perfect Bridal shall bestow our wisdom on you in regards to necklines, sleeves and the different laces that adorn your favorite gowns. Read more
Silhouettes, sleeves, waistlines, necklines, fabrics, embellishments; who knew there were so many terms related to wedding gowns? Buying bridal gowns is already a very difficult task, and with the seemingly countless list of wedding gown terms, the whole job can seem even more intimidating.
So before you go shopping for your dream wedding gown, perhaps you should brush up on some of the basic information that can help you make the right bridal gown decision, courtesy of <a href=http://www.perfectbridal.com/about-us>Perfect Bridal</a>.