When you’re thinking of what to wear for your wedding, the first thing that comes to mind is your dress.
However, there’s also a number of other things that you might want to consider as well.
Here are five things you might need to think about as you prepare for your big day.
The dress will be tailored.
If you’re planning on going the vintage route, make sure you choose a dress that will fit you, according to a study from the National Museum of American History.
The average wedding dress size is just 1 1/2 inches.
The wedding dress will have been worn.
As a bride, you’ll want to wear something that is at least 30 years old.
For many weddings, the average bride wore a dress between the ages of 35 and 40.
You’ll need a gift card to pay for the dress.
If the dress is vintage, you might be able to save money by paying for the gown in advance and then waiting to pay until the dress arrives.
If not, you may need to wait until you get a gift certificate from your bank or other payment system.
You’re going to be spending a lot of money.
You may want to go with a more modern dress that is more affordable.
For example, a vintage dress with a hemline of about 6 inches can cost about $2,000, according the National Retail Federation.
The groom will wear the dress yourself.
The cost of a vintage wedding dress can range from $600 to $10,000.
But, for a more formal wedding, a gown can cost more than $1,000 to $2.5,000 depending on the style and length of the bride’s wedding dress.
The more you spend on your wedding day, the more expensive the dress will look.