By Marissa Booker. Wedding. Published at Thursday, July 27th, 2017 - 21:01:01 PM.
The classical white bridal dresses are available in different styles and patterns so you have a variety of options for selecting your wedding dress. The color of your wedding dress influences the fit and appearance of the robe de mariee as whole. The most traditional color of wedding dress is white however you can experiment with the color of your wedding dress by choosing two-toned ivory and white dress, ivory and beige. You can add color in your white colored wedding gown by a brightly-colored band tied around the waist.
The sleeves and skirt length should be decided on the basis of your build and bone structure. If you are heavier on bottom and thinner on top then enhance your top with pouf sleeves, lace overlays and padded shoulders. Whereas the bottom heaviness can be hidden by full, controlled skirt with no fullness. In case your top is heavier and bottom is narrow then do the opposite. Keep the top half simple and bare so as to avoid any more heaviness in the look whereas full skirt will look good on narrow bottom.
Photos: Gather some of your \"before wedding\" photos and buy simple picture frames for them. Place the framed photos in small groups of 2 to 3 strategically around the reception area. These pictures will convey the joy and happiness the two of you have shared and why you're such a perfect match. If the color of the frames can match your wedding theme, that would be even better!
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