However, sometimes a bride can get torn between two dresses. She can feel really undecided and I'm often putting questions and scenarios to her to try and get her to think about he she would feel if she couldn't have a certain dress. For example, how would she feel if we pointed out that the girl sitting beside her at work, or her cousin or sister-in-law was wearing the same dress? (and it was just before her own wedding!) Would she be gutted? Would the thought of not being able to get that dress if it went discontinued leave her really disappointed? It wouldn't be the first time I've asked a bride to flip a coin and if she finds herself saying 'best of three' then it's the other dress... or sometimes she just knows when that coin is up in the air!!
I came across this quote recently too by the actor Johnny Depp and it really struck a chord with me - but if we look at it in relation to wedding dresses instead. Just substitute the word 'people' with dresses and you'll catch my drift. If you really loved the first dress, you wouldn't have even went looking at more dresses, let alone find yourself falling for another one. I always say it's a bit like when you find your partner - if you're out looking for more frogs to kiss, there's something badly wrong, but if he (or she!) is the one, you won't care about the thought of never being with someone else.
And remember, the biggest choice of all is picking the right person to be with, Nothing else matters as much - even though for many, it may feel like picking your dress is the biggest decision you've had to make!! You followed your heart and chose your partner based on what you felt in your heart (not based on the opinions and influence of a entourage of helpers) so follow your heart and you won't go wrong with the wedding dress either :)