Trying to consider buying a wedding dress through a major national pandemic is probably going to be a frustrating. It has completely got in the way of shopping in a conventional way and for those that are getting married in September-November that were due to shop imminently before the lock down, we have some ideas of what this may now look like.
So we are not going to sugar coat the idea that it will be what you had hoped with all your bridal party shopping with you, so here are a few things to consider before you leave the house to go wedding dress shopping, once they have reopened and hopefully make this less of a challenge, at the same time considering the safety of everyone around you.
Once the shops re-open there will be brides to be flocking in to get appointments for a dress and whilst we always suggest that you give yourself plenty of time to shop, your appointment may be restricted by the shop to 1 hour maximum because the chances are, shops will have to sanitise after every client, which means their appointment times will be limited. By giving you a firm slot, this will make it fair to you and lots of other Brides in the same position as you. It's not ideal for you or the shop, but its important that they build in time to sanitise the area for your own safety.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?