June to October is usually the peak season of wedding events. Weddings usually entail long preparations for the motif, flowers, decorations, venue, food, guest list, bridesmaids' and groomsmen's attire, the groom's attire, and the bride's gown.
Besides the groom, the bride is usually the center of attention especially on that awaited moment of her walking down the aisle with her father ready to pass her to her groom. Since the bride is one of the central attractions of a wedding, many guests will also put their focus on her overall appearance like with how her hair, make-up, and gown look.
The bride's wedding dress is not just a simple clothing, it's a symbolic and significant dress that will represent her old and single life, and her new and married life. A wedding dress can give one so many memories especially because it can be passed on to the fiancee of a woman's son or to her own daughter.
Passing wedding dresses from generation to generation can be a wonderful tradition a family can do to pass memories and legacy.
Most importantly, this kind of tradition will help couples save money on a dress a bride needs to wear only once
Here are 4 relatively inexpensive and classically beautiful styles of wedding dresses a bride can later pass on to her daughter-in-law or daughter: