questions_wedding_dress_inside.jpgHaving your dream wedding gown made entails a lot more than just collecting pegs and choosing fabrics. Whether you already know exactly what type of gown you want or not, it's best to keep an open mind and consult with your chosen designer first, as he or she will be the one to create your outfit for your big day. Below are some questions you should ask your gown designer before finalizing the design of your wedding dress:


1. WHAT GOWN SILHOUETTE FITS MY BODY TYPE?

As an experienced professional, your designer may have suggestions as to the cut that will highlight your assets and possible solutions for the areas you may want to hide.


2. WHAT SHADE OF WHITE GOES BEST WITH MY SKIN COLOR?


Women with pink undertones look great in creamy colors, while champagne shades complement skin with yellow undertones. Your designer will be able to help you figure out which shade of white will look best on you.


3. HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO MAKE THE GOWN?


Different gowns take different amounts of time to make. Know in advance how much time it will take your designer to create your gown, and make sure to notify him or her early on if you have a limited amount of time before your wedding day.


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(Photo from Bride Wars courtesy of 20th Century Fox)
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