One of the hardest things about planning an outdoor event is making sure that you have the right wedding dress. Part of the reason that traditional wedding dresses can be so long, flowing, and elegant, is that the dresses are meant to be worn indoors, where they can be protected from the unpredictable outside elements. Even then, they are bustled at the reception so they are not stepped on, and are not ruined. It is hard to find the perfect wedding dresses for indoor events, but for an outdoor wedding event you are going to have to make sure that the designer gown you choose is going to work, and not be ruined by outdoor conditions.
There are several logistical aspects that you will need to clear up before you know what type of designer wedding dress is going to be best for your outdoor wedding. For instance, when you are thinking about an outdoor event, consider what type of elements your dress will be exposed to. It is important to know that the type of wedding dress that you can wear when you are getting married in a park that has a concrete path and an aisle runner is going to be quite different from the type of wedding dress that you can get when you are getting married on the beach. You will want to think carefully about the elements when you are choosing that perfect designer gown.
There are several things that you can do to make sure that you can still have the designer elegance and beauty, and have a dress that works for an outdoor event. The first thing that you are going to contemplate is the length of the dress. Many brides love to have long dresses, and yes, you can have a long train for an outdoor event because it can always be cleaned after the ceremony. However, dealing with outside elements is not always only about keeping your dress clean. Sometimes, you will end up in a situation where the dress is much too heavy to drag over things like sand or tall grass. If that is the case, you will want to go with something not only shorter but also lighter for you, so that you are not dragging something around that might be too bulky, heavy or uncomfortable.
For that same reason designer gowns are often more form fitting are going to be better for outdoor events. Dresses that are designed to pouf out, or that have hoops fit inside of them might look beautiful on you, but they are not ideal for outdoor events because they are simply too hard to manage outside.
Another aspect of the dress that you should consider is its degree of comfort. Remember that you will be in this dress for a few hours, and are trying to preserve it for many years, until one day you can possibly pass it onto your children for them to use. Also consider the possible weather situation on your wedding day including the wind, heat, and the humidity. A very heavy, bulky dress will not be comfortable on a windy, humid day in the summer under the sun.
For these reasons, there are several types of designer wedding dresses that will work the best for your outdoor wedding. Outdoor wedding dresses should be designed to be form fitting, and should not have hoops or trains that are very long. They should also be made from material that is much lighter, instead of material that might be too heavy. A lighter dress is going to look great on you, and help you feel great as well.
When choosing designer wedding dresses for your outdoor event, there are a few other things that you will want to consider besides the wedding dress. Also think about accessorizing in a way that makes sense for you. You might need a shawl or something that you can wear on your shoulders to either keep you warm or keep the sun from burning your skin if it is too hot out. Also, your necklaces and other jewelry should be as light as possible, especially for summertime weddings, because otherwise they will make you more prone to sweating underneath them, and they’ll also be harder for you to wear.
If you are able to consider all of these things, you will have no problem choosing the perfect wedding dress for your beautiful outdoor ceremony and reception. You can have an elegant and wonderful day with the perfect wedding dress as long as you put a little bit of thought into exactly what type of dress will be most suitable for the locations where your ceremony and reception will be held.