One of the most important factors of your wedding is your wedding gown. For your special occasion, you want to look your best by wearing, of course, the best wedding dress. However, wedding dresses can be very pricey and a quality dress that lives up to your standards may not be available within your budget. Even if it possible, spending too much on your dress may end up affecting other factors of your wedding. So why don't you consider renting wedding gown instead of buying?
Here's why renting wedding gown is better than purchasing.
1. You get a dress of better quality by renting.
Let's say your budget is $1000. If you were to buy a dress for $1000 or rent a dress for $1000, which one do you think would look good? Also, after you purchase, you may need to do alteration. There is an extra fee. If you want the best dress for your wedding, you must know that you will be able to find higher quality dresses available for rental compared to the mediocre dresses that are available at the same price for sale.
2. How many times you wear your wedding dress?.
I know how you feel. You want to keep it with you. But, as most post-brides say, your dress is probably going to end up in your closet forever. There is a tradition to pass the dress to your daughter but that will be about 20 years or can be longer.
3. Save Money not just rental fee.
If you purchase a dress, you need to do dry cleaning after your wedding. The dress cleansing can cost over $100. Also, you may think to resell your dress. It takes time as well.
4. You can get multiple dresses with the money you save.
If you managed to save a lot of money by renting your wedding gown, why not rent one more? or some brides rent second dress for a party, but purchase one for the ceremony. Many brides want to wear different dresses for wedding parties and photo shoots. Rather than buying one more dress, why not rent multiple exceptionally beautiful dresses?!
Be smart and get the most out of your wedding experience by renting your wedding gowns! For more information about rentals, click here