Know your budget
You should know your financial limits before you come into the salon. Inflating your budget and putting everyone on the spot will just leave you empty-handed.
Say yes and stop shopping
Some brides need to confirm that they've made the right choice, but if that choice is second-guessed by her entourage a bride's confidence can get shaken. Don't keep trying to please others.
Be open to alterations
It's important to remember that dresses can be alterated. try to envision the dress on your wedding day when it's fitted to your body and style.
Keep location in mind
A ball gown is way too heavy for the beach or country. You can find a dress that will fit the sand and surf but will still look and feel bridal.
Know your silhouette
Trying on the wrong silhouette can cause any bride to be discuraged. A dress in a magazine look different on a model, so go with what is figure flattering on you.
Be open to different styles
Keep your options and your mind open, and you may just surprise yourself.
It's OK to love the first dress
We sees this happen all the time. and we are usually tells brides that if they trust themselves, everyone else will fall in love with that first dress, too.
Trust your instincts
It can be hard when your friends don't approve of the dress you love, but when a bride knows what she wants, she has to trrust herself.
Share your vision
It's important to speak with your friends before you come to the salon so they understand what you're looking for. If they aren't on the same page, they can send you down the wrong path.