Magnolia Bridal Boutique | Bridal Boutique San Diego: How to Choose a Wedding Gown
When you’re getting ready to start looking for a wedding dress for the big day, be sure to get an idea of what you may want. View the guide from Magnolia!
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Choosing the Best Wedding Dress

Choosing The Best Wedding Dress

Choosing the Best Wedding Dress

What You Need to Know About Wedding Dresses

Getting ready for the big day entails a long list of to do’s set to a very specific timeline. For many brides-to-be, this can be an extremely stressful thing, even though the list of things to complete is actually kind of fun.

Of all the things to take care of before the big day, nothing is as fun as choosing your wedding dress. For some brides, the design of their wedding dress has been in their mind since they could remember, however, the other side of the spectrum isn’t so prepared. Some brides have no idea what type of wedding dress they want, and they are left feeling panicked rather than joyed at the site of a bridal boutique. Before scheduling your appointment for a wedding gown fitting, be sure to familiarize yourself with all the different styles that apply to wedding dresses. Here is a guide to help you get started.

First Helpful Tip for Choosing a Wedding Dress

If you didn’t already know, it definitely helps to know that there is more than one aspect to a wedding dress. Knowing the different parts of a wedding gown can help you start brainstorming for how you want your dress to look. Here are the different parts to a wedding gown.

  • Necklines
  • Silhouettes
  • The Train

Bridal Gown Necklines

This part of the dress should really compliment your jaw line, as well as your shoulder shape. This aspect of your dress will either make you feel most comfortable or not at all. Choose the best type for your shoulder line and bust. Not only will following this make you more comfortable, but you’ll look great too. Here are the different wedding gown necklines to choose from.

  • Asymmetric
  • Boat Neck
  • Halter
  • High Neck
  • Jewel
  • Off the Shoulder
  • Queen Anne
  • Semi-Sweetheart
  • Straight Across
  • Sweetheart

Wedding Gown Silhouettes

When you think of the silhouette of the dress think of everything from the top of the chest to just above the knees and everything in between. This area of the wedding dress is where you would choose which style you wanted for the over look. This is the largest part of the dress and oftentimes, the focal point of the wedding dress. This is where you choose the style of the dress overall. Here are the many different types of wedding dress styles you can choose from.

  • A-Line
  • Ball Gown
  • Empire
  • Mermaid
  • Sheath

Wedding Dress Trains

Last but certainly not least, you need to choose your train. When deciding on this aspect of your dress, be sure to consider the long night ahead of you. Do you plan to dance and mingle? Make sure if you’re choosing a very long and dramatic train that you have a plan for pinning it up and have buttons sewed on to help with that. Here are some of the different types of trains you can choose for your wedding gown.

  • Cathedral
  • Chapel
  • Royal
  • Sweep

Familiarizing yourself with the different parts and styles that wedding dresses tend to have will help you get an idea of what you want your wedding gown to look like. Be sure to decide on a few different styles before coming into our bridal boutique for a dress fitting. If you can’t pin any one style down, we’ll be sure to help you find the bridal gown of your dreams. Call Magnolia Bridal today!

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