Has/ is having 2nd thoughts in their dress? I get married in 6 months and it's coming up to alterations time (I bought off the rail) and I'm now not sure it's THE dress ????
I haven’t personally went dress shopping...but if you are unsure of your dress there is no harm in trying on a few more. Get one that makes you feel special n feel beautiful. Try it on again and see how you feel in it I’m sorry I can’t give proper advice but got with your heart with the dress and how you feel hope I have helped good luck on your wedding day and trouble add me if you like xx
I felt a little like this at times. I get married in 4 months and I think it's those times where nothing is happening and no planning is going on that you start to doubt your decision. I just remind myself of when I tried it on and the reasons I loved it. As time is drawing closer I do feel like I made the right choice.
I had doubts with mine... I loved it on the day but I don't think it would have hurt me to try on some others! It would have put my mind at rest or i would have got something much better! So go and have another look now while you have time x x And enjoy x x
I bought off the rail and knew I would be doin as couldn't afford thousands or even hundreds of pounds for something I was wearing once... I purchased mine about 3 months before the wedding after seeing it on a bridal boutiques website, I went in tried it and bought it... Think sometimes trying on too many is worse as that's when you start to second guess urself x
I had doubts with mine, I then chose to continue witht the alterations and thankfully I did because I fell back in love with it ️ I think it's normal to have doubts xx
Yes I had this feeling beofre my wedding and everyone told me it was just nerves and it's was beautiful and I listened to them and it's the biggest and only regret of my wedding as I hated it and really wished I had changed it as I didn't feel beautiful in it go with your gut Hun! Xx
I was exactly the same. Bought it a year and a half in advance and then had a wobble over whether I still liked it. I rang the shop and she invited me back for another try on and then I realised I liked the dress. I still felt nervous about it up until the day but the second I put it back on on my wedding day it looked stunning. Now I don't know what to do with it because I love it so much.
I think this is normal. I bought my dress 16 months in advance then began to doubt the choice when it came to alterations. As soon as I was able to try it on again, the doubts melted away and I continued to be happy with my choice.
Do you have any pictures of you in your dress? I sometimes feel like this. I ordered my dress in Feb, lost 2 stone and had my first alterations appointment 2 weeks ago. I made sure to take loads of pics of me in my dress so that when I have a wobble or start to doubt myself I can look at the pics and I always feel better and fall back in love with it x
I felt like this until I tried it on again now I look at all the photos and know without a doubt it was THE dress xx
I felt the same but then when I tried it on again for my fitting I knew I’d picked the right one! You will feel like it cos it’s such an important part of the brides day! Try it on again and see how you feel? Chances are you’ll fall in love with it again! You must have liked it to buy it in the first place?
I had a little fear about my dress, I bought it in may and hadn't seen it again until September for my first fitting, and before that i was starting to worry,
I was worrying because my dress is strapless, and a size too big I haven't got a lot going on 'on top' and I wasn't feeling confident about it now, i went back 3 weeks ago to try it on after alterations and it's perfect not worried anymore, I'm sure it's normal to doubt it at least a little bit xx
Trust yourself. You loved it when you bought it. I wobbled about mine and didn't like it when I went for my fittings but it turned out perfect on the day.
I brought my dress 18 months ago and had a wobble, so went shopping with my sil and tried on my last dress of 3 and knew this dress was the one I'm so happy that I got chance to try another one on and found the dress I'm so excited to wear on my big day. Follow your heart. X
I was doubting my dress up until the morning of my wedding - I asked if I could change it the day before 🤦🏼♀️. It’s completely normal - like you I brought mine off the rail. Mine was a champagne/gold colour and that was the main reason for doubting it as although I loved it when I tried it on I was worried all my guests would think it was horrible. I’m so glad I stuck to my guns I absolutely loved my dress and got nothing but how stunning it was because it was so different xx
Remember back to the day you found your dress, but not only the feeling of that’s the one but also how dresses you thought you liked but didn’t suit you when you tried them on.
I had these exact feelings & was really scared about my dress fitting, especially as I’d lost weight (dropped 1 & 1/2 dress sizes) but I was so glad I stuck with my dress (I did decide to shorten it though & that was the best decision I made, absolutely loved my dress). X
I seriously loved my dress when I first tried it on I bought and 4 months later I tried it on again and really changed my mind about it. Unfortunately I did not have the budget to just go out and buy another dress so I had to have it altered. The dressmaker tried so hard to make it into more of what I wanted. My advice to anyone wait as long as you can before you buy your dress
I bought my dress 9 months before my wedding & changed my mind at my first fitting, luckily I was able to change it 4 months before the wedding. My advice is; go with your gut... you should feel beautiful on your wedding day & if you really don't like the dress please don't just settle, see if it can be changed. However it's really common to get nervous about whether or not it's 'The One'. It's such a big day & every bride wants to look their best. Also, don't buy your dress too early if you likely to change your mind xx