How to Walk in a Wedding Dress

How to Walk in a Wedding Dress

There’s no worse feeling that choosing what you think is the perfect dress and then realizing you can’t walk in it comfortably. Focusing on your posture and pace while you walk up the aisle can help you look graceful and relaxed. Choosing a dress and shoes that are similar to what you normally wear will make walking a lot easier, and performing a few tests in your dress will ensure you’re ready for the big day.

Walking down the Aisle Hold your bouquet at your waist.

This gives your guests a better view of your gown. It also feels a little more natural than trying to hold your bouquet up near your chest. When you’re holding your bouquet, make a diamond shape with your arms and the bouquet. Your shoulders should be down, with your arms bent out slightly at the elbow. When you’re holding your bouquet, make a diamond shape with your arms and the bouquet. Your shoulders should be down, with your arms bent out slightly at the elbow.Ask your escort to lock arms with you.

Once you’re holding your bouquet and have your arms in a comfortable position, ask the person or people escorting you down the aisle to link arms with you. This keeps you comfortable, rather than trying to adjust to where your escort’s arm is. Keep your shoulders back.

If you walk with your back straight and shoulders back, your dress will look great. Good posture will also make it look like you’re excited about getting married, rather than dreading it, as a hunched back might suggest. Walk with a natural pace.

You don’t need to walk in that traditional, step forward-step together pace. Walk as close as you can to how you naturally walk. If your processional song has a medium tempo, you can adjust your walk to it, but don’t match a very slow song. Let your dress hit your leg on each step.

As you move your foot forward, your dress will fall back. Let your dress hit your leg before you put your foot down. This ensures you’ll never There’s no worse feeling that choosing what you think is the perfect dress and then realizing you can’t walk in it comfortably. Focusing on your posture and pace while you walk up the aisle can help you look graceful and relaxed. Choosing a dress and shoes that are similar to what you normally wear will make walking a lot easier, and performing a few tests in your dress will ensure you’re ready for the big day.

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