Wedding is a special moment in every person's life, especially for girls. All the girls want to look their best for their wedding night, hence they spend weeks looking for the perfect dress, bag, make up, shoes... It can be quite a tiring process if you go from one store to another, and you just can't find the the right dress style for yourself. Mostly girls want really long white dresses. It becomes really borint. What do you think? Would you ever wear Short Wedding Dresses? Cause I would. Your wedding day is a time to show your friends and family the love between you and your significant other through the merging of your lives. This is not the time to experiment or to try to be something you are not, because you simply won't feel comfortable. Your wedding dress should reflect as much of this as possible. In my time as a specialist designer of short wedding dresses, I have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't, and I have come up with six reasons why a short wedding dress is a smart choice.
1. It is often less expensive than a long wedding dress. ,
2. It is easier to carry if you are getting married abroad.
3. It is more comfortable and much easier to move in, especially if you plan to throw some shapes on the dancefloor.
4. You can go to the toilet without assistance.
5. You get to show off your amazing shoes and legs.
6. You can wear it again.
Before you begin searching for the perfect dress, set a date for the wedding and find your venue. Your dress needs to suit the time of year and the location: obviously there is no point buying a micro minidress if you are having a midwinter wedding in an Irish church. Here are some tips for choosing a short wedding dress, with the venue in mind.
A short wedding dress eliminates the risk of a soiled train. Opt for floaty chiffons and soft laces, with short hemlines and bare shoulders.
Church or other sacred place
Some women prefer not to wear anything too revealing. A short wedding dress with a traditional lace pattern is perfect for a religious wedding, as it is quite regal. If you are not a fan of lace, consider wearing your short wedding dress with a full-length veil for a grand entrance. This style was popular in the 1920s, so try to find pictures from that era for more inspiration. Alternatively, you could opt for a short wedding dress with sleeves.
The key here is to keep it simple – for example, with a staple shift or sheath dress.