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|Posted on 29 June, 2015 at 10:30||comments (2)|
Most Brides will purchase everything new to wear on her big day. Of course this includes the dress, veil/accessoires, undergarments and shoes. Just remember, with new shoes (regargless of the hight of the heel) comes sore feet. Its a good idea to wear your shoes around the house or other clean area to help break them in to avoid being uncomfortable on your wedding day. Start this early enough so your feet have time to heal if you were to get a blister. We also suggest to have a second pair of shoes, or even slippers, for dancing later.
Happy feet equals happy bride.
|Posted on 23 June, 2015 at 14:40||comments (1)|
Some would say the tradition of the veil was to disguise the Bride from evil spirits. Well, times have changed! Wearing a veil now is more associated with a special event, like a wedding! Veils highlight the bride’s appearance and features. Bridal Gowns are transformed with the addition of a veil. Wearing a veil is a personal choice. Some Brides wont even consider wearing one, no matter how much her mother begs! While other Brides wouldn't walk down the aisle without one.