Outdoor weddings are growing more and more popular, especially in the warmer months. Whether you choose a scenic mountain-top venue or a beach location, we want our brides to look and feel their most beautiful selves. When it comes to outdoor weddings, there are some specific wedding dress dos and don'ts to keep in mind to ensure that you look your best and feel comfortable throughout the day.
The first bridal decision to make is, of course, the most exciting one; deciding on the wedding dress. During a budding bride's search for the perfect dress, there are many options to choose from, one being: should I opt for a custom-made wedding dress or an off-the-rack wedding dress? The main difference between the two is that a custom-made gown is tailored to the bride, which includes the dress details and the style, and is made with the client's measurements, whereas an off-the-rack gown is a pre-made dress that you can purchase from a store.
When it comes to deciding on your wedding dress, there are a plethora of options out there concerning the dress, the design, the silhouette, and the material. A lot of pressure is placed on brides to have the exact details already decided before attending any wedding dress fittings. There is also the influence of current trends and wedding dress 'rules' that float around the bridal fashion scene that can impact your decision. We are here to tell you that you shouldn't feel obliged to follow any rules when choosing your wedding dress; there are no rules; it is your special day!
Elopement weddings could be your calling if you're a couple looking for an unbelievably intimate occasion to celebrate your love. Elopements have become increasingly popular over time, and it is easy to see why! Location is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing to elope, and why not choose somewhere special and romantic that is significant for you and your partner?
There are a lot of things to consider when wedding planning, such as the wedding theme, the decor, the outfits, the food, and most importantly, where your wedding will take place. Nowadays, weddings can be hosted practically anywhere, from the beach, to a quaint chapel, and even on top of a cliffside mountain. Before you can book a venue or schedule dates, you will need to consider whether you want your wedding ceremony, and after-party, to be held indoors or outdoors.