Wedding Dresses: The bridal gown

Aimee Jacobs who married Andrew McSweeney at Mt Cook in May. Photo by Aspiring Photography.
Aimee Jacobs who married Andrew McSweeney at Mt Cook in May. Photo by Aspiring Photography.
Alecia Ferguson, who married David Labes in January in Grandview Gardens. Photo by Nicola at Kelk...
Alecia Ferguson, who married David Labes in January in Grandview Gardens. Photo by Nicola at Kelk Photography.

While some brides have known exactly the style of gown they will wear on their wedding day ever since pre-school days, others remain uncertain - almost to the wire.

They riffle through magazines and pattern books; they wander through websites; they check and visit all the bridal boutiques. The good thing about those unsure as to what suits them is that they can seek advice from objective bridal specialists and be assured that the gown will look splendid on the wedding day.

The gown's success is all about it relating closely to the bride's individuality. This way she will waltz through the day feeling comfortable, relaxed and radiant!Most brides-to-be choose well. They know whether they want classic elegance, soft sensuality, sleek style, vintage charm or a little bit of edge.

 

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