(Closed) Do you want a train on your wedding dress?

posted 4 years ago in Dress
Post # 46
Member
184 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Bustles are fun 

Post # 47
Member
1724 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

denise52:  appropriate smo=propriate – if you like , do it! 🙂

Post # 48
Member
1724 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

I thought about one, thinking it would help me feel more “bridal”, but after trying on a few, and knowing I will be walking in sand, I went with the no-train option (my dress could come with or without).  Also, Fiance was even more concerend than I about whether a train would get too dirty, AND I plan to wear barefoot sandals, and think I will get my dress hemmed a touch above my toes so I can walk wihtout having to hold it up, and the “sandals” will show.

The sample I tried on had the train, which I thought was really pretty, but I need this to fit in a garment bag carry on and the train would just be extra fabric.  I go pick up my dress Saturday, with no train, and will see how I like it (kinda comitted, now O_o).

Post # 49
Member
60 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2016 - Home, sweet home

denise52:  I wouldn’t worry about etiquette too much. There’s no law saying second time brides can’t wear white, trains or veils. I love your dress. I am 35 and having my second. My dress is ivory with a short train. It’s the first wedding dress I’ve ever owned. 

Also, my sister just had her fourth wedding and wore a white dress with a long train.

Post # 50
Member
16 posts
Newbee

Lavender28:  When my dress come it will have a train similar to this. I’m still trying to decide is I want to leave or have it completely hemmed.

The topic ‘Do you want a train on your wedding dress?’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors