The big day is one of the biggest investments you and your better half are going to make. If your wedding’s on a budget, it’s a good idea to be prepared for things that might not go as planned. In other words, expect to go over budget. Things add up and before you know it, you’ve gone overboard with your wedding expenditure.
It’s thrilling. It’s exciting. It’s also depressing when you can’t seem to come to a conclusive decision. Yes, wedding dress shopping is an actual roller coaster of emotions. Are you prepared for the ride?
Remember that time you went out and had a crazy good time? And then you realized the next day that there weren’t any photos – at least not a single decent, non-blurry one anyway – to show for the memorable night you just had.
Having a wedding without key wedding photos being taken can feel a lot like that.
Blue by Enzoani isn’t any recent collection to hit the bridal industry. In fact, it has been around for quite some time – since 2007, to be exact. Yet, it being more than half a decade old hasn’t stopped itself from being among the top choice of retail wedding gowns for countless brides-to-be.
When most on-lookers look at a bride, the first thing they marvel at is her bridal gown. They admire the delicate garment in its entirety, without realizing the amount of hours that was put to perfecting it to fit her body.
“Something old, something new; something borrowed, something blue;” is what tradition says brides have to adhere to in order to receive good luck. Even as we disregard many superstitions, this seems to be one that has still stuck with us through times. Little tokens that are old, new, borrowed and blue are usually given to brides by loved ones but are not limited to it. In particular, incorporating something blue into the bridal look can be a fun aspect of your wedding and we encourage everyone to do so. Here are some bridal ideas for something blue for brides.
You’d think finding the perfect bridal gown was the end of your wedding day dilemma. Sadly, you have one other thing to add on to your list of anxiety – selecting bridal accessories that go with your gown. Alternatively, you could suck it up and look at it as an opportunity to make your wedding day look more memorable.