What’s exciting about getting engaged is trying on wedding dresses. But before you go to the closest bridal salon with your saved photos and your best friends, we have a few tips for you. Read on to find out what to keep in mind as you get ready to shop for your first wedding dress.
Don’t go to your local boutique and start grabbing dresses off the racks just yet. It would be best if you think over some crucial decisions first. Here’s what you need to do before trying on wedding gowns in Singapore.
Look for ideas for wedding dresses.
If you can’t hold back your excitement after getting engaged, you don’t need to wait to see those wedding dresses in person to know what you want. In fact, it’s always better to do your research before your first Singapore bridal shop appointment so you know what you like and don’t like, such as your preferred wedding dress neckline, sleeve style, fabric, and gown silhouette. Check out real weddings, save ideas to a Pinterest board, and bring photos to your appointment to show your stylist what you’re looking for visually.
Pick your dress shopping group.
When you make your appointment, ask about the salon’s guest policy and how many people you can bring to try on wedding dresses with linen dress. Our tip: Don’t go shopping with a big group of people. Having all of your bridesmaids there might sound like a great idea, but it can quickly get out of hand if they have different tastes or cause too much trouble.
Start your search with the help of two or three important people, like your maid of honour, mom, grandmother, or another close family member. So, you can go into the appointment feeling confident and ready to talk about what you really want without feeling pressured by too many opinions.
Set a budget for your wedding dress.
Before you go wedding dress shopping, you should set a budget. This will save you time and could help you avoid disappointment in the long run. If you tell your bridal consultant how much you can spend, they can help you find wedding dresses that you will love and that you can afford.
Schedule a time.
If you want to go to a boutique, you should always, always, always make an appointment. You might get lucky and find a salesperson when you walk in, but the only way to be sure you’ll get the full experience and the staff’s full attention is to make an appointment. You could also be turned away if you don’t have an appointment. Many shops don’t let people walk in, especially because of COVID-19 precautions and regulations.