5 Wedding Myths That Aren’t True

Wedding season is in full swing, and wedding myths are everywhere. But with so many wedding dress stores popping up all over America, it can be hard to know which ones are the best.

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. With the amount of love and preparation that goes into your wedding day, it is no wonder that you want to make sure you avoid any of the myths that could play a role in your wedding planning process.

Whatever the root of these myths, whether based on family lore, pop culture, or cultural beliefs, they need to be debunked to ensure that your wedding planning (and wedding day!) go as amazingly as possible!

Don’t worry!

Our team at Viero Bridal has got you covered with this list of 5 wedding myths that you should ignore when planning for your wedding.

1. You will cry at the proposal, or when you find the perfect wedding gown, and when you walk down the aisle or say your vows.

Maybe not! And that’s ok. You may not cry when you hear your wedding proposal, or when you try on the winning wedding gown, or when you meet your spouse at the altar—even if it’s the most romantic thing in the world.

Even if you have made a special trip to visit the best bridal shops in Las Vegas or you’re visiting wedding dress boutiques in New York, your wedding dress buying experience may be different than you imagined. It is unique and magical when you finally find “the one,” but it isn’t guaranteed that everyone will get emotional over this moment.

Everyone has different reactions to emotional moments. You may giggle, shake with nerves or, you may shed a few tears. Wedding days are filled with so many emotions that sometimes people get overwhelmed by everything going on, and they simply can’t hold back their tears anymore!

Don’t create expectations around how you think you should react.

In fact, some people might not even cry on the wedding day itself! In most cases, wedding tears come from happiness and gratitude for all those who have been there to support you.

So rest assured that whether or not your eyes get wet during wedding or engagement events, you aren’t wrong or unfeeling—you are just having your own experience!

2. It’s your day!

While it is your wedding day, and you should make the majority of the relevant decisions, more goes into the wedding planning and wedding day than that.

It is a day designed by the wedding couple, but it isn’t entirely your day alone.

You can make most of the decisions on how you want to run things and who will be involved in the wedding planning—but some people still need to have a say in what goes down! For example, parents or other family members, wedding planners, wedding vendors, and even your partner.

Don’t stress yourself out by trying to do it all on your own. But also keep in mind that you want a wedding day that you will love—and no one else can ensure that as much as you! So don’t just relegate all the planning responsibilities off onto others: take charge of the things important to you.

Ensure that your wedding day is one of the best and most memorable days ever by making sure that you don’t take offense to your loved ones asking to provide input; you can honor them by making minor (or major) concessions for them.

3. Every detail should be original and personalized.

Madeline_3With the number of weddings showcased on social media by friends and influencers, it is easy to get bogged down by the customized details and extravagant elements that seem to be everywhere.

However, these seemingly meaningful details are often not as they appear or added just to show up on social media.

It can be overwhelming to decide what to include in your wedding to give you and your guests a memorable experience.

Don’t try to do more than you can handle; instead, focus on a few unique elements and DIY projects that portray your personality and relationship.

4. Don’t choose the “firsts.”

When it comes to wedding venues, vendors, dresses, and other decisions you will have to make, there is a common misconception that you should not pick your first choice. Trusting your gut when it comes to important decisions can make or break your wedding.

Often, people will shop multiple venues or caterers only to end up sticking with the first option.

Do your homework and learn about pricing and services in your region, so you don’t end up regretting hiring a vendor or wasting time deciding on other options. Being well informed is different than being indecisive.

If you find yourself constantly second-guessing wedding decisions, it might be a good idea to take some time off and come back later with an objective opinion on what wedding style and vendors would cater best to your needs.

5. You’ll never appear more lovely than you will on your wedding day.

Regina_1There is no denying that finding the perfect wedding gown that fits your body, or having one custom-made by one of our designers at Viero Bridal, will make you feel like a million bucks. The amount of pressure you will feel to meet perfection is extreme.

Choosing the right accessories for your gown and selecting hair and makeup that enhances your natural beauty can help you feel amazing and beautiful, and you have every right to want to feel that way.

However, if you wake up the morning of your wedding with a zit, or your makeup starts to wear off before the day is over, don’t let it get to you.

You are about to go through enough stress as is, without adding the wedding day anxiety of feeling inadequate for your wedding photos or the expectation that everything should be flawless on your wedding day. You will feel beautiful and special no matter what! Be kind to yourself.

5 Wedding Myths—Busted!

The wedding industry is a booming business. There are many wedding myths that people believe to be true, but in fact, aren’t. If you’re planning your wedding and want it to be the best day of your life, make sure you don’t fall for any of these common wedding myths!

There are plenty of things you might think about when planning a wedding—but some advice might backfire if followed blindly.

We hope this article has helped debunk some of the common wedding myths that could have been plaguing your decision-making process all along. For more information or help deciding what’s suitable for your wedding gown needs, reach out today!

Visit us at Viero Bridal and choose from one of our designer wedding dresses at our flagship stores in Chicago, New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. We have a fantastic range of wedding dresses that will help make your wedding day dreams come true! Contact us to book an appointment today.