I have been thinking about my wedding dress since it was first conceived, and it has always been a question mark.
There is a feeling that this dress could be just the thing for me.
But, in reality, it is just the beginning.
It will take months, if not years, of hard work to design and create the best wedding dress I could possibly dream up.
What will the dress look like?
I have never been a very formal dressmaker.
But as I have learned from designing wedding dresses for the royal family of Thailand, there is something special about the perfect formal dress.
It needs to be the perfect balance between elegance and functionality.
It is very important to have a dress with minimal lines, as the more lines you can add, the more your dress can be worn in public.
I like to wear a dress that is a little more formal, but with a touch of glamour.
A dress with a subtle line in the bodice and skirt is more inviting, and makes it easier to wear in a small room.
I always prefer the more formal dresses to the less formal ones, because the more you are able to show off your wedding dress, the better it will be viewed.
I think it is important to try and get away from the overly formal dresses and go for the more playful, less formal dresses.
You need to make sure your dress has a bit of definition and depth.
As I have talked to my designer friends, they always tell me that they love to work with a dressmaker who has the flexibility to work on a smaller scale, to try out different fabrics, create patterns and then design the perfect one.
I always thought that was what I wanted to be doing when I was planning my wedding.
So, I am looking forward to this next step in my wedding plans.
The dress should be at least five to six inches longer than it is wide.
For the bodices and skirts, I have found that a skirt with a little less material is easier to work around, and therefore it can be worked in later on.
When it comes to the waistband, I love the shape of the band that you can see in the picture above, and this is the perfect shape for the waist.
Also, I always prefer to work at a smaller size than the standard wedding dress.
This way, I can make sure I have enough material for the perfect silhouette.
If you are going to wear the dress for a formal event, you want it to be comfortable, and make you feel comfortable.
My favourite part of designing the wedding dress is the lining.
I love that there is a line at the back that I can add to make it easier for the bride and groom to walk through.
It is also an important part to remember when you are designing your dress.
A wedding dress needs to have minimal lines and a minimal waistband.
This is also the part of the dress where the most work is done, as it is the area where you can work on the details.
Have you ever had a question about what the dress should look like, or what you would like to achieve with it?
If not, I would love to hear from you.
Send me a message or write to me directly.
Do you like to design wedding dresses?
If so, why?