The hottest trend to hit the wedding scene is to wear not only one dress on your big day but two! One for the ceremony and the second for the wedding reception. Kim Kardashian recently wed her beau, Kris Humphries, in one dress and then slipped into two more gowns at the reception. Why be restricted to one style for your big day. Having two dresses allows you to choose different styles that best suit your style. Whether you choose a ball gown or a mermaid dress for your ceremony and a short or a fitted dress at your wedding reception, you will have your wedding guests in awe of your beauty and style. Start Shopping for your Dream Wedding Reception Dress Today!
While it is traditional for a bride to wear one dress for the entire course of the wedding day. At Peaches Boutique we are noticing more and more the common trend of purchasing a second dress for the reception after the wedding. whether you are looking for a flowy destination wedding dress, an exquisite ball gown for your ceremony or a short and flirty wedding dress for the reception, Peaches Boutique has all of your wedding needs.
Quick Tip: When making any wedding appointments (hair, nails, makeup) or reservations (restaurant, transportation) be sure to record who you spoke with along with the information they confirmed for you.
Finding a good seamstress: The best way to find a seamstress if by a referral from family or friends. This usually gives you an idea about the quality of the work that was done. If you are still struggling to find a good seamstress, look in the yellow pages under “Tailors.” Make sure to ask to see a sample of their work before you allow them to work on your wedding or prom dress. Our dresses are made of the highest quality materials and beading, don’t ruin them by allowing a seamstress to experiment with it. Another option would be to contact a bridal store. Bridal seamstresses have worked on very difficult and intricate wedding dresses so an informal wedding dress or reception dress would be very easy for them to alter.
Every woman needs a handbag to take the essentials with her on her wedding day. The look of the handbag should complement the color of your dress if not match it. Using a larger than life handbag takes away from your ensemble so keep it small and delicate. Here are some ideas of what to pack in your purse: cell phone (turned off), camera, needle and thread (in case someone busts out of their dress), lip gloss, nail file, tissue, shout wipes, breath mints, aspirin and beauty cosmetics.