When it comes to wedding, is it OK for a woman to buy her own gown?
From fronting cash and choosing frocks to finding ways to smooth out tricky issues, when you have to buy your own gown which is no easy task.
Most brides are likely to stay in a hotel for two to three nights. Is it their responsibility to pay for their hotel rooms? Or is the onus on the bride's family? Also, would it be okay to split the cost with the attendants as a possible compromise?
Every bride is beautiful on her wedding day. While some may attribute this to her glow of happiness on this special occasion, it’s hard to dismiss the role that a beautiful white dress and the right accessories play in creating that perfect look.
Accessories can make any outfit seem more special and personalized, and wedding gowns are no exception.
Accessorizing a wedding dress isn’t rocket science, but for brides who may find themselves clueless.
When it comes to bridesmaids, are they generally expected to pay for their own wedding-day ensemble (shoes and jewelry included)? Talk to your bridesmaids individually about any financial concerns, and tactfully work out a solution that suits both of you -- maybe you will pay for half or all of the cost, or you can set up a payment plan.
Above all, try to choose a dress that's reasonably priced, or consider letting your maids choose their own gown.