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When Is Your Bridal Shower?

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#11 fredjack

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    Posted 02 December 2010 - 11:08 PM


    Plus size brides have at their fingertips vast selections of stylish plus size wedding dresses so there is no need to blush when walking into a bridal shop. Whether you are a US size 30 or 32, there is a perfect wedding dress for you. So why worry?
    Your Perfect Style
    Full figured? You can still slip into a gorgeous bridal dress. You can have a designer label with the latest style, something unheard of decades ago. However, before you eagerly plunge into the task of shopping for your wedding dress, it helps to know some tricks to get the perfect fit when you are swamped with lovely plus size wedding dresses in various heavenly fabrics.
    Your Body Shape
    The same shopping rules for regular sized bridal dresses apply to plus size wedding dresses. Before you even think about the design of your dreamwedding gown, assess your body shape. The basic shapes are the pear, inverted triangle, rectangle, hourglass, and apple.
    If you have pear shape, your upper body is narrower than your hips; if it is an inverted triangle, your upper body is wider than your hips; if it is rectangular in shape, your hips and upper body have the same width while an apple figure shows a wider upper body with inches on the waist. The hourglass figure shows equal width proportion of torso and hips.
    Avoid tea-length plus size wedding dresses and veer away from ball-gown skirts; these don’t flatter a full-figure. You can stay safe with an A-line shape long gown that will soften your curves from bust to hips. A simple A-line bridal gown or one with a vertical pattern or an empire waist with a flowing skirt hides full hips and the tummy. If you choose a sleeveless gown, drape your shoulders with an elegant wrap if you don’t the looks of your arms but you want a sleeveless gown.
    Choice of Fabric
    Choose fabrics that flow away from the body. Fabrics In this category are silk and sateen. Check how the dress drops and try it on to see how it looks on your body. You should have a slimmer silhouette with the recommended cut and fabric and one type of gown fabric gives a seamless soft look.
    Bring Out the Best in You
    Emphasize your best features. Creamy shoulders, full bust, small waist, or shapely hips. The bridal specialist will likely recommend a bustier and a corset to bring on the curves but will make sure you have the dress you will love to wear on your wedding day. Fear not, the bridal specialist understands your needs and will make sure you are comfortable in your wedding dress.
    Order Ahead of Time
    Plus size wedding dresses are available to order on line. Most online bridal salons have size charts to help you find your size. Measure your hips, waist, arms, and bust with a tape measure because sizes vary according to the manufacturer. A size 12 may be 11 to another manufacturer; to be on the safe side, let a professional tailor measure you.
    With the plus size wedding dresses don’t get a wedding gown that’s a size smaller because you’re going to starve yourself months onto your wedding day. Remember that a comfortable fit makes a stylish fit.
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    #12 fredjack

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      Posted 02 December 2010 - 11:09 PM

      before wedding !

      #13 adales

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        Posted 20 January 2011 - 03:50 PM

        I am getting married June 11th and my shower will be April 23rd.  Which ends up being about a month and a half before the wedding.

        #14 MatronofHonor

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          Posted 23 March 2011 - 09:58 AM

          My BFF is getting married in June and I'm giving the shower in May.

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