“Ok great – you have 8 months until your outdoor wedding. You’re looking for something ivory, with straps, preferably in a chiffon or organza. I’m positive we can help you.
Do you have a budget?”
“Why do you need to know that? I just want to try stuff on.”
I know how it sounds. If I were to go anywhere and a salesperson asked me about budget , I might assume something was amiss. Is the price of everything in the store going to go up as soon as I tell them my budget? Are they only going to show me merchandise that is at the top of my price range? Do they think I can’t afford to shop here?
When you’re shopping for a wedding gown, stylists will ask you questions to get a feel for your wedding, your venue, your style, and the type of gown you’re looking for – and the budget you have set for yourself is a big part of pointing you in the right direction. Stylists can help find the very best gown for you, at a price you can afford. Rule of thumb states you shouldn't even try on a dress if you aren't comfortable with the price of it.
Nothing spoils the fun of shopping more than falling in love with a dress that busts the budget.
I have yet to be shocked by a Bride’s budget – high or low. Wedding gowns come in all shapes, sizes, and prices. There is, quite literally, something for everyone.