The Bridal Wear-Remembrance of the Happiest Days
‘A thing of beauty is a joy forever’, and weddings are all about joy. There is food, there is laughter, and everyone’s happy! However, if it’s the wedding of your daughter, it is arguably the most important day of your life, and accordingly, you have to be the second prettiest lady in the room besides your daughter.
The panic and hassle is a part of wedding joys and being a mother of the bride, but it doesn’t mean that you don’t have a right to get dressed while taking care of all the arrangements and welcoming the guests. As a mother, your daughter considers you someone very close to her. She looks up to you, especially on the most important day of her life. To meet the expectations of your daughter and happily bid her farewell, you need to spice things up – to deserve the appreciation of your daughter.
Her wedding day is the new start of her life and remembrance of happiest days- when she is finally together with the love of her life. Such a valuable occasion needs to be cherished and celebrated with a perfect selection of a dress that reflects your true feelings.
British bridals wear history:
Bridal wear is a broad term, which encapsulates a wide array of items associated with the bride. Scarves, veils, lace dresses, shoes – accessories. Over time, reception, bridesmaids, groomsmen, flower girls and ring bearers, all became a part of the wedding culture that we see today. All of them are an integral part of bridal wear, and each item deserves its fair share of attention.
Modern weddings follow the onset example of Victorian Era when Queen Victoria once wore a white lace dress at her wedding. As white dresses are symbolic to purity, with British descent and sophisticated trend of white laces and plane veils with decorated beads on the tiara, were indeed in fashion for an extended period. Even today, keeping intact with tradition and modernity, the choice for most of the brides is a white wedding dress in different in-trend styles.
Every lady desires to look different on her wedding day, and there is a particular dress which looks good on her. What started with the simple white lace dress is now transformed into several elegant and sophisticated bridal wears. Now brides have the option to choose their favourite styled dresses in different colours.
These dresses are often engraved with palisade designs, depicting abstract art. Red, white, black, amber, yellow dresses are highly in demand. Inter-continental women love to order a British wedding dress, garnished by their local clothing, creating a perfect example of global cultural harmony.
Fashion Trends for bride’s mother:
While selecting a dress, a bride’s mother does idealise Queen Elizabeth II’s sense of fashion. Her choice of colours, style, elegance and way of collaborating accessories and of course, the hats are always in fashion highlights. From baby coloured tones to bright and fluorescent colours, being a mother, you can select any according to your taste and look as elegant.
As a mother of a bride, look as happy and gorgeous as your daughter is on her special day!