The Perfect “I DO”

Blog Aug 03, 2020

Brides purchase not just one wedding dress but three or four or five for the ceremonies. Typically there is one special gown for the moment the couple says “I Do”.
So why should the bride suffer or compromise with her dress even at a destination wedding? Weddings seem to have a language of their own and, though by the time you walk down the aisle, you’ll know your Bomboniere from your boutonnieres.

Destination wedding vibes:
Whether getting married on a beach or in a remote villa with royal and classic style or a contemporary and elegant wedding. Brides can be as beautiful as the can be at a normal wedding destination.

So here are some must-haves for the destination brides, light fabric, and short hems gown for comfort and classy appearance. Chiffon and organza are always favorites.
Fabrics should be flexible as the bride has to travel. The silk, georgette, and crepe are some flexible and lighter-weight fabrics.

The gown can be separable as the whole full piece gown is difficult to carry. Nowadays there is a trend of keeping the top and bottom separable so this one can be on the top of the must-have list.

Want to go classy and look like a princess, go for cinderella look.
another thing which should be noted that, since your designer or the tailor won’t be with you at the venue, the brides emergency kit should be with every bride in case of an emergency like button loose or anything related to dress or your accessories. A big box should be with you rather than a bag to pack your dream dress.

Wedges, kitten heels or pumps are ideal for the wedding. The more surface area the sole of your shoes have, the easier it will be to walk.
For a wedding with a classic theme, the royal cathedral train is the must-have for the bride. It is the longest train measuring up to 3 meters.
It will give very majestic and graceful.

Tejaswini Singh

Tejaswini is a design student and passionate Product Designer who loves designing delightful experiences.