Mormon is a person described to adhere to the religious belief called Mormonism, a cult that was proclaimed the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the LDS Church). This belief is different than the fundamentalist Mormonism which practice plural marriage. A Mormons wedding is very simple in its manifestation and so are the Mormon wedding gowns, at least they used to be. Mostly of the wedding gowns are hand made created because the dress has to lift up to the bride’s expectations, since it is her wedding day and wants something rather special than an ordinary dress.
In the present times the demanding has expanded, the young brides want anything but simple cut for their wedding gowns. The fact that they have more access to information makes them explore other possibilities, and if they do not find something to match with their wishes, they just create a dress in order to be satisfied and glad that their wedding gown fits their size and looks spectacular on them.
They can also choose from among several colored fabrics for their gowns, such as blue tones, yellow tones, pink tones with a or without sleeves. They have also to consider the location of the wedding (on the beach, in the backyard) and the style of the wedding (formal, casual, fun, elegant, modern, and traditional). Even if the dress is supposed to be hand made, after all, they still need to go and try on dresses, because in this way they can find easier what kind of style fits them in order to elegantly convey their personality.
Making their own dress, without a previous picturing of it, is very risky because they could easily be disappointed when it’s done. So testing other wedding gowns offers them the option to pick up a dress that they might want to use later as a party dress. This new perspective to see your wedding gown as a party dress helps you better decide on its style and this decision will not let you down.
A closer look to another detail is as important as picking up the dress: underwear. The brides have first to check on the underwear they will have available for the wedding ceremony because the size of their body suddenly can get other proportions and they need to be sure that a dress once bought it has to mold perfectly on the body to reveal the beautiful shapes of a young bride.
Altogether the brides have to avoid situations where they purchase a bigger dress only for the sake of less money to pay, and after that to have it remodeled; it may never end up in what they had wished for. Lately Mormon wedding gowns do not seem to have other criteria of selection, other than for the Christians; after all they believe in the same Jesus Christ, but again, aren’t we all?11