By Emily Rogers-WelchPosted Mar 24, 2018 11:01amThe bride has the dress.
The groom has the accessories.
The bridesmaids are going to the bridal shower and dressing their hair.
The guests are going out to dinner.
But wait, there’s more.
The bride’s dad, for example, might not want to share his $400 dress and accessories.
He might prefer to wait until the brides’ families arrive.
Or maybe he wants to make sure the bride and groom are not too distracted.
Or maybe he’s worried about the bride’s family not liking the idea of his daughter wearing a dress that has a neckline and a bow.
There’s an even more subtle way to dress the bride: by letting the bride know that you’re not the only one who knows how to dress.
This might be a problem if the bride is a brides mom, but if the groom is a little boy, this is probably a problem.
So what should the bris brides brides be doing to make her feel more comfortable?
Read on for our list of the top 10 best dress tips for your wedding, including some suggestions on how to get more people dressed.Read More