In the age of online shopping, you can truly buy anything online. As a bride, this makes wedding planning a lot easier. But…would you ever consider buying your wedding dress online?
Today, if you Google “trusted online wedding dress site” you get 35,600,000 results, right at your fingertips. You could find any dress you could ever imagine online, but is it worth it? A few years ago, I would say no. But now, I think it’s a real option to consider.
What I like about the idea of shopping online for a wedding dress is the amount of time you can save, as well as all of the color and design options that are available. Pretty much anything you can think of can probably be found online! Not to mention, it’s very likely you’ll pay a fraction of what you would at a boutique–who wouldn’t love that? One popular website brides are using right now is Azazie.com, which not only has wedding dresses, but also bridesmaid dresses, flower girl dresses, and even mother of the bride dresses. If you’re planning a wedding with a limited amount of time, or you’re trying to maximize your efforts, online stores could be your best friend. Azazie even has an option where you can put in your exact measurements, and they’ll make your dress custom for you with no extra charge!
Another popular site right now for wedding dresses is Etsy, believe it not. Yes, the place where you buy your custom jewelry from is also a great place to look for wedding dresses. If you’re having trouble finding a truly unique design, you can find sellers who will make a custom gown for you. After doing some research, I found two popular sellers that brides from all over the world trust: RenzBridal and Blush Fashion. Both shops have gorgeous gowns that truly surprised me.
If you’ve ever seen TLC’s show, “Say Yes to the Dress,” you’ll often see many brides who have traveled to NYC in desperate hope of finding that perfect wedding dress, after numerous failed shopping trips and an approaching deadline. To the bride who is looking for her dream dress and can’t seem to find it in person: ditch the boutiques and open up your Internet browser!