Bling wedding gowns - A bride's delight!
Bling is everywhere. Then why not on your wedding gown? After all it is the day when you are supposed to feel on the top of the world, being the cynosure of all eyes and putting up all the razzle-dazzle. In any way wedding gowns too have come a long way in terms of the choices of colours available, the designs, silhouettes and shapes, and bling multiplies the allure of it manifold.
If you feel that the bling will exceed your budget for a wedding gown, if professionally applied, you need not pay someone else to decorate it just for the sake of it. You can rather take the onus upon yourself to add the glitz and glamour to your wedding gown. For example, you can add colour to it by adding a white satin sash with a bow. The white satin ribbon can be wrapped around your waist from the front to the back and around to the front again. It does not need to be attached to the gown; the bow will hold it in place. This way the satin touch will infuse some life onto your otherwise plain and pristine white gown. Also, you can consider wearing a coloured crinoline instead of white to rev up your wedding gown; they are available in myriad hues and can be attached to and detached from your dress in no time. For some real blingy effect, try your luck with Swarovski crystal beads. These can be attached by hand around the neckline, the sleeves, the bodice or the waist using clear thread. Be it just a couple of dozen, or hundreds of them, these crystal beads surely make a huge difference to your gown! A little pricey and involving some intense labour, these crystals procure such stunning results that every bit of your effort will seem to be worth it!
The designer wedding dresses offer bling in the form of detachable Grosgrain ribbon sashes that boast of sparkly jewels or crystal beading. Whatever the silhouette, shape or material of the dress is, you can bling it up and when you like. Subtle or extravagant, is entirely your choice. Some brides also prefer to leave it to their designer or seamstress or even a professional beader to decide and do the blinging work for them, in which they exert their own aesthetic sense. Crystal dangle brooches can also be pinned at the top or just below the bust area of the dress or alternatively, can be pinned onto the sash. If you are not too keen on getting bling directly onto your gown, can prefer to add all that shine and shimmer through the jewellery, footwear, hairpiece and other accessories.
It’s your day, so you have every right in the world to hog all the limelight! If bling is your thing, then you should not give it a miss by any chance; just brush off the misconception that wedding gowns are not to have bling. Times have changed, so have tastes and preferences. The new-age brides love bling, and in order to cater to their demand, almost all wedding gowns come with a decent share of bling, which you can increase or decrease as you like!