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Your style as the bride will help determine the best wedding dress option for you

Bridal boutiques of course are very helpful when it comes to determining which dresses will flatter your figure, but knowing ahead of time what types are best for your personal style will assist in narrowing down your options, so be sure to read on to gain some insight:

The traditional bride. A traditional bride is a simple woman who likes clean lines and delicate details. A beautiful option of this classic trait is an A-line or sheath silhouette, as these necklines provide such elegance and class. Strapless gowns also offer as a great choice, as they can be embellished with classy accessories and simple personal touches.

The vintage bride. The vintage bride finds comfort in the simple elegance of life, and seeks style from old-time favorites. Often times, brides with this style trait choose to wear or reproduce their grandmother’s or mother’s wedding dresses, or visit vintage stores for inspiration. Delicacy is a must and lace is a beautiful option for accenting elements of their gowns.

The modern bride. A modern bride seeks to look as trendy and chic as today’s runway models. From classic flourishes to large bows and accents, this personality trait wants their gown to be the best-of-the-best. Look for a chic gown that is form fitting to reveal a full figured silhouette…allow your beautiful body to shine as it should!

The fairytale bride. Every girl has dreamed of their wedding day, walking down the aisle to their prince charming in a gorgeous ball gown dress. If you want your fairytale to come true, be sure your Cinderella moment is perfect by choosing a gown with multiple layers of gorgeous lace, fit for a princess. Also, including embellishments and a billowy tulle with help you to sparkle on the inside and out.

Planning a wedding can cause a lot of stress on brides and grooms, but it shouldn’t! Here at I Thee Wed, we take pride in making sure your big day runs as seamlessly as possible. Be sure to contact us today if you are seeking a company who wants to make sure your Greater Cincinnati, Ohio wedding exceeds your expectations; we can’t wait to work with you!


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