Post # 1
I purchased my dress today. It’s the Madeira by willoeby. It’s the same thing as the Rosalind on BHLDN (I think the exact same? Not sure). Anyway, I don’t know if the tulle and. Small train will require bustling to get through the night as I want to dance etc. Do you think it’s manageable without? I’d also take any tips on hair or shoes! I’m so clueless.
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Post # 2
If you want to dance then yes. Either you or a guest may be tripping over a train.
Post # 3
Even with a small train I would do a bustle. It cost $25 to get mine done and then I didn’t have to worry about it all night.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2017 - Mississauga Convention Centre
My wedding dress has a long dramatic train and I’m not doing a bustle what I’m doing instead is having a wrist loop instead
Post # 5
I really didn’t want to bustle but my seamstress convinced me to do a super simple one. It was just one button and it was great because I could put it up or take it down throughout the night. I also had a loop which I used when walking around to take pictures before the ceremony but I wouldn’t have wanted to use that while dancing. Even with the bustle there were people stepping on my dress (and it was just a simple a-line) so I’d imagine even if you have a short train people will accidently step on it on the dance floor.
Post # 6
I hate the way my dress looked bustled (tiny train) but my seamstress convinced me to add one so people wouldn’t trip on it all night. I decided to let her do it, and figured I just wouldn’t use it unless I had to.
My brand new husband stepped on my hem ten minutes after the ceremony ended and left a 10″ tear 😑
Needless to say, I used the bustle for the rest of the night.