Brides often find it difficult to select their wedding dress, as there are thousands of styles they can choose from. Although there are many styles, there are only four main silhouettes. Understanding how the different silhouettes suit individual body shapes can help you to make a better decision.
It’s not surprising that weddings are expensive! The average cost of a UK wedding is now the highest it has ever been at around £27,000, which makes budgeting increasingly important. It is really easy to overspend and difficult to keep track of how much your wedding will cost.
What are the differences between ‘bespoke’, ‘made-to-measure’, ‘made-to-order’ and ‘off the peg’ wedding dresses?
We frequently hear different terms for wedding dresses, such as bespoke, made-to-measure, made-to-order and off-the-peg, but often people are not really sure what they mean. In this article, we’ll explain how each type of wedding dress service works and how much you should expect to pay for them.
It’s so exciting that you are ready to start looking for your wedding dress. Shopping for wedding dresses is quite different from buying other clothing. You normally need to book an appointment with a bridal shop first and they will arrange a stylist to help you choose and try on the dresses. To be prepared for your wedding dress appointment, here are a few of tips.
When I was looking for my own wedding dress, I found it really difficult to find out the cost of different dresses. Most bridal shops give an approximate price range, but few tell you how much they sell each dress for, which makes it tricky to compare the prices and shop around for the best value. So, how much does a wedding dress really cost?
2018 is an exciting year for weddings with the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan one of the highlights! Royal weddings often have a strong influence on wedding dress designs. We have looked at the dress trends for 2018 to see if the Royals will follow these styles...