Charm School (for Brides!) with CSE, p. 3: Dress Shopping

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Charm School (for Brides!) with CSE, p. 3: Dress Shopping

As promised on Friday, CSE's Charm School is back in session once again today (and tomorrow!). The sweet gals from Commerce Street Events, of Nashville, are going dress shopping today with our faux bride, Megan, and they're sharing all their intel on finding that perfect dress! Hope you enjoy their adventure and great tips!


The girls chose to visit Modern Trousseau, a cute, little wedding dress boutique in downtown Nashville. 



Says Morgan, of CSE, "The right side of the store is covered with white dresses of every kind that could leave brides overwhelmed with bridal madness. It's often helpful for the bride to bring her planner along. With the planner at her side, the bride will be able to gain insight into which dress would coordinate with the wedding venue, flowers and season. Those little details can often be the furthest thing from a bride’s mind which is why it's helpful to have the trusty planner in tow. I had way too much fun with Megan and her faux maid of honor, Lilly, picking out gowns that would flatter her the most.


Tips on choosing the perfect dress
No. 1 | Find a dress that fits your personality and that you feel comfortable wearing. 
No. 2 | Make sure the fit of the dress flatters every aspect of your body
No. 3 | Bring the appropriate amount of people along whose opinions you trust
No. 4 | Have a family member or friends take photos of each dress you try on so you can look back later and compare for yourself without letting other opinions influence you.
No. 5 | Don't feel pressured to "say yes to the dress" at the first boutique you visit. It's an important decision. Give yourself time to think about the styles and how you felt in the dresses. Visit several shops to get an idea of what's available to you (price points, styles, labels, etc.)
No. 6 | Don't forget about accessories. Sometimes, a simple sash or veil can really complete the look and make you feel like a bride!


Thanks so much for this great installment to the series, girls! And tune in tomorrow to see which dresses Megan tries on + CSE's advice on the top wedding trends of the season! See you tomorrow!

ps. Read their first post on wedding planning basics if you missed it! And just click on "Bridal Charm School" in the label section of this post to read all of the Charm School posts.

Credits: Photographer: Commerce Street Events



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