09 Mar Phenomenal Full-Figure Wedding Gowns at NYB&G Columbia
Morilee, Rhonda 3272: This dramatic A-line ballgown wedding dress pulls out all of the romantic stops. Discover how Tulle, Lace, Embroidery, Crystals and Appliques all harmonize to create this fun and fabulous design. The corset back and sweetheart neckline marry with wider straps for sexy support. Available colors: Ivory/Champagne, Ivory, or White. Available sizes: 16-32.
Celebrate Your Curves At NYB&G
Feel sexy and radiate confidence on your special day with a little help from New York Bride & Groom. With thousands of unique wedding dresses to choose from, your options are practically endless. We have all of your wedding accessories, bridal shopping tips, undergarment secrets and answers to every question. Not sure where to start or which silhouettes to try? Fear not. Our bridal consultants will be right there to guide you through. Also, check out this great Wedding Dress Fashion Quiz, compliments of The Knot, to get started: The Knot Wedding Dress Fashion Quiz
Allure Women, style W463: Structured soft Mikado silk defines this gorgeous wedding gown. Enjoy Tulle filled with Sequined Appliques for additional sparkling detail. Feminine straps add eye-catching appeal and the perfect amount of support. Available colors: Ivory/Nude, Ivory. Available sizes: 14W-32W.
The Ultimate Selection for Columbia Brides
We are your one-stop bridal shop in the Midlands. With every bridal silhouette, style, color and size under the sun, you can feel confident working with our professional team. NYB&G stands by our “no appointment necessary” policy. Take care of your bridesmaids and groomsmen too with our easy online shopping for the former and our dedicated tuxedo rental department for the latter.
When it’s time to shop, we always recommend that brides keep an open mind. Here are some tips to help you stay organized and maximize your wedding dress shopping experience:
Be willing to try on different styles, shades, and sizes
More than one bride has rolled her eyes when the salon suggests she try on a dress that wasn’t really her style or shade of white, only to be thrilled that that dress was the one! By the way, the sample size for wedding dresses is a 10, but that’s the equivalent of a ready-to-wear six or eight.
Store it safely
After your last fitting, you’ll take the dress home from the store. Ask your salon for storage tips, but in general, you’ll want to keep it in the original packaging or garment bag in a low-trafficked area (no people or pets) until you’re ready to wear it on the big day! Continue reading at Martha Stewart Weddings
Stella York style 5922+: We love the golden glow of this rich wedding dress. Lace, Tulle and Diamante Beading and backless design deliver the “WOW!” factor you have been yearning for. This effortless fit-and-flare wedding dress shows off your curves in all of the right places. Available colors: Gold, Ivory, or White. Available in plus sizes.
Show-Stopping Plus-Size Wedding Dresses
New York Bride & Groom of Columbia has the full-figure sample sizes you’re hoping for. We understand that most brides aren’t a size 2. We also know that no bride wants to pick out her wedding dress without trying it on first. Our selection and dedicated team of professional Bridal Consultants equal an outstanding shopping experience. We carry a vast offering of hand-selected wedding dresses to ensure there are plenty of options, regardless of your size. Stop by today to discover your favorite bridal style.
Keep these helpful suggestions in mind when you’re preparing for dress shopping day:
- Make a “look book.” Tear out pictures from magazines, compile photos from friends’ weddings, and round up fabric swatches and anything else that may help you communicate your taste to the sales staff or dressmaker. Paste everything into an album or a blank book.
- Think about the wedding location. If you’re getting hitched at city hall, you may want to skip an elaborate, formal gown. Also consider the religious affiliation, if any, of the location and its rules with regard to modesty.
- Consider the temperature. If you’re having a beach ceremony, you’ll want a fabric such as cotton eyelet that won’t wilt in the humidity. Winter weddings call for heftier materials, like satin or silk shantung. Get more tips, compliments of Real Simple