Posts tagged wedding dress alterations
How To Choose Your Wedding Gown Neckline

Today we’re continuing our How To series, and today we are focusing on is how to choose your wedding gown neckline. One thing brides often do not consider are the importance of necklines on their wedding dress. Consider when the photographer is taking pictures of you on your wedding day: most of the images will be of you from the waist up. In other words, your neckline is a very important part of your wedding day images as it is a focal point for most of your pictures! Here are some variations on necklines and how to choose between them.

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How To Bustle A Wedding Dress!

We’re continuing in our How To series, and today we’re focusing on How to Choose a Bustle. After the ceremony, the bride typically wants to move around more freely, so she’ll ask someone to help her bustle her gown. This means that the long train will attach to the dress so she has a greater range in motion and the train is no longer floor length. Read on to learn how to choose a bustle and Epiphany’s Tips.

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Wedding Shopping Myth: I Need to Lose Weight Before Ordering My Dress

Today we are talking about the wedding shopping myth of the bride that exclaims, “I want to lose weight before I order my dress! What should I do?” We hear this all of the time at Epiphany Boutique. The truth is that any dress can be altered to fit you as you get closer to your wedding date; it can be resized and tailored to fit your body.

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Wedding Shopping Myth: Choose the Dress that Fits Perfectly in the Store

To continue our Wedding Shopping Myth series, we’re going to explore the expectation that the bride should choose the dress that fits perfectly in the store. Here’s the truth: it is rare for a dress to fit perfectly in the store. Even if a bride is a size 4 and the dress they try on is a size 4, further alterations will need to be made to flatter the bride’s figure. So to dispel today’s myth, we’re going to explore various expectations with shopping for a dress, trying on a dress, and altering a dress.

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