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Wedding Gowns....It's all in the details!

In selecting your wedding dress, keep in mind the time of year and formality of your wedding. It is a good idea to look at bridal magazines to compare the various styles and colors.

You should order your wedding dress at least four (4) to six (6) months before your wedding, especially if it has to be specially ordered and fitted.

There is no set rule on how many dresses you should try on before you buy...so have fun and choose something that YOU love!

When ordering your gown, make sure you order the correct size. If you are between sizes or prone to weight gain, order the larger one. You can always have your gown tailored down to fit, but it is not always possible to have it enlarged or to lose enough weight to fit into it. Be sure to get the delivery date in writing!


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