Saturday, 6 July 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Biography
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We’ve all imagined it ~ that unique, once-in-a-lifetime wedding lehenga that says “this is me”. If you’re looking to bring that seamless vision to life, then Magda Grové is your couturier. With over a decade in design experience, Magda Grové not only knows the industry but she gI finally found Her: The perfect dress for my wedding on September 1! I'd like to give a special shout-out to my consultant Andrea from Bridal Reflections in Carle Place, Long Island, for her unwavering patience, arms of steel, and contagious smile. 25+ dresses later, here's what I learned. (Catch up on part 1 of my dress shopping experience, here.)
ets to know her brides Being surrounded by a billowing sea of white fabric makes you hyper-aware of your appearance. Under-eye circles that were barely noticeable before look stark. Pale pink lipstick is drowned out by fluorescent lighting. You don't have to get dolled up for your consultant; apply just enough so that you feel presentable. But whatever you do, DON'T apply self-tanner in the days leading up to your appointment, in order to avoid damaging any of the dresses. Also wear your hair the way you've planned it for the wedding.They can't assist you properly if you don't tell them how you really feel. "It's beautiful," I murmured, after stepping into each dress or pulling it over my head. Unaware that I was saying this for Each And Every Gown, Andrea eventually called me out on it: "I'm not the designer; you won't hurt my feelings, you know." Ten "nos" (including the Lazaro style pictured above) helped me get to my final "yes." Also consultants rarely outright told me to take something off, so when they did, I knew they were being truthful. If they use the words "we can do better," you'll know.Before making my final decision, Andrea helped me into the top contender one last time, veil and all, and had me walk around the periphery of the store to meet my dad at the front entrance. Walking towards him and seeing his stunned reaction solidified how much I loved the dress. Go ahead, sit, shimmy, and even twirl in the gowns while trying them on—if it's the right one, you should feel as if you never want to take it off.Wedding gowns are so heavy that getting in and out of them is a workout in itself; I'd find myself ravenous (and in need of a good nap) afterwards! Up until that point, I had made major planning decisions (venue, photographer, DJ), but when I saw how I looked in my dress, it was as if all that was just a fuzzy dream that suddenly became crystal-clear when I woke up. Not the weepy type, I was mortified when tears streamed down my cheeks. On the other hand, a bride-to-be friend of mine who sniffles at commercials was mystified by how detached she was to the gown she bought. That's the beauty of wedding planning—no two brides will ever have the same exact experience.If Mom has been looking forward to this moment ever since you played dress-up as a little girl, oblige her just this one time and try on one of her recommendations. It's a win-win: Either she'll see that you were right about lace looking all kinds of wrong on you, or you may shock yourself by purchasing one of her picks, like I did.
Some salons offer discounts if you purchase bridesmaid or mother of the bride/groom dresses there as well. At trunk shows, which feature an entire collection from a specific designer, brides can get a percentage off (usually 10-15), for buying a gown that same day. If you're serious about a dress and can't make the show, try it on beforehand and see if they'll grant it to you at the lower price anyway.
In order to buy a dress, you'll have to commit to a certain size ahead of time, and they're teeny-tiny compared to regular clothing sizes (a bridal size 6 is equivalent to a size 2 in "normal" clothes). I expected that, but I was surprised to learn I'd have to sign off on the length of the heels I'm wearing on the day of the wedding (this would affect my alterations). If you're planning on customizing your gown by adding sleeves, embellishments, or dropping/raising the waist, be prepared to answer very specific questions about that as well.Shopping can be a scene out of a romantic comedy:

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013

Bridal Lehngas Pictures Photos Images Pics Designs 2013


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