7 Smart Ways of Fixing Wedding Dress Disasters
Have you shopped for the most exquisite Shyamal & Bhumika bridal lehenga or picked an outfit from the latest Sabyasachi collection? From the time of your purchase, you’ve been safe-guarding your wedding dress from disasters like stains, tears and rips. So much so that you haven’t even let the sunlight touch your bridal lehenga from any corners.
Now, the day has arrived when you put on that gorgeous piece and reveal its grandeur. As much as we would not want to say it out aloud and jinx you lovelies, but when you adorn your bridal lehenga, you’re also making way for accidental harms. Sorry, had to say it!
We understand the deep pain brides feel when they spill a drink on their wedding dress or have an accidental tear. No one can foresee accidents, but the deal here is to remember that you can fix a tear or a stain, if not, don’t let the wedding dress disaster ruin your happy day.
There are some unimaginable and difficult-to-anticipate wedding dress disasters that can take place out there – don’t you be distressed as we give you a heads up on how to reclaim the dress.
Relax – Breath In, Breath Out!
Spilled food or drink on your lehenga? Don’t overreact – Simply take a deep breath and calm yourself, along with the panicking bridal party around you.
Find Your Friend in Need
Know that such wedding dress disasters are common and bound to happen. Be a wise bride and find someone from your bridal party who is an expert in hiding flaws in dresses. It can be your mom, sister or that college buddy who once helped you fix a broken skirt zip before your presentation.
Arrive In Style at Your Pace of Time
Have the stiches of your gown or lehenga loosened or your zip refuses to pull up? Access the damage with patience rather than trying to mend it hastily. Since you’re the star of the day and the limelight will be on you, it’s OKAY for you to arrive late on your own reception or cocktail party.
Don’t Try To Be A Pro!
Consider the easy, most manageable way of fixing the wedding dress disaster. Keep lots of safety pins handy to overhaul the damage. Pin up the broken zip or loose trims. Whereas stains are concerned, cover it with any handy accessory or change the style of draping your lehehga’s dupatta. Or try to get on a call with your tailor to check if he/she can suggest any other quick fixes.
Have Time – Then Why Tremble?
If you have ample time on hand to fix the damage, lightly wipe the dress clean and wait for it to dry.
Note: IT’S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD
Stop Worrying, Continue Celebrating!
We’d say grab another big glass of champagne that you spilled on your dress and let it go. With your wedding day finally here, stop stressing over such a petty thing and keep the excitement rolling!