Many brides prefer custom made bridal gowns with an attached train, but why not opt for a detachable train as a unique accessory to make your dress truly perfect for your big day?
Pros of a removable train
It is an interesting fact of life that a bride can really feel like a princess on her wedding day if she has a long flowing train on her dress. However, they can be quite cumbersome. A detachable train offers you all the benefits of the show-stopping attention you deserve on your big day, but it also means you can take it to the evening party. So, on your crucial first dance, instead of following a train and fearing an embarrassing fall, you can lift it up and ride the dance floor with your new husband with all the grace and grace befitting a new bride.
Moreover, a detachable train can actually save you money. As the train can be taken off for reception, it basically creates a custom 2-in-1 dress and there is no need to buy a different outfit to leave the event. You can dive into one of the most beautiful bespoke wedding gowns you can afford – after all, a bride only wears the dress for one day of her life, so why not wear it for as long as possible? The extra cash can be transferred to your honeymoon, hair accessories, wedding cake and even your perfect shoes.
You can mix and match train and dress styles to create a truly bespoke bridal ensemble. Custom-made wedding gowns continue to be popular for their individuality and style, and a removable train allows you to be even more creative with your ideas. You can add a custom detachable train to a street dress or go for a totally bespoke dress.
Are there any cons?
There really isn't much reason not to consider a detachable train when getting custom made wedding gowns, but for a good discussion some brides might relate to the following.
A detachable train is likely to look a little less elegant than a fitted train, but if you choose your designer or tailor with care (and make sure you see samples of his work and get some personal references), it's entirely possible to have a detachable train that looks as stunning as it is fitted.
There might be some brides and they are afraid to risk lifting the train that day: She looked so beautiful during the ceremony and now has a cluster of bridesmaids attracting her. Please don't take my dress like that. It can be torn, 'you're screaming quietly! Unreasonable as it may sound, the possibility of your dress ripping may make you wish you hadn't thought of the idea at all.
And finally, maybe you really want two outfits for your day! Two dresses, two pairs of shoes, two sets of accessories … and why not? After all, today is your wedding day!