Married for the second time

When mar­ry­ing for the sec­ond time, espe­cial­ly if the bride is over thir­ty, many women feel embar­rassed about their posi­tion and even con­sid­er this sit­u­a­tion com­i­cal. Down with prej­u­dice! If the first mar­riage for some rea­son did not work out, you have every right to please your­self at the cel­e­bra­tion on the occa­sion of your sec­ond mar­riage. What are the options for dress­ing a bride who is not get­ting mar­ried for the first time?


Accord­ing to tra­di­tions, only girls who are get­ting mar­ried for the first time put on a snow-white dress for a wed­ding. But today, wear­ing a white wed­ding dress to a sec­ond mar­riage cer­e­mo­ny is also per­fect­ly accept­able, espe­cial­ly if you didn’t have it at the first.

Accord­ing to Slav­ic tra­di­tions, a woman who did not enter into a first mar­riage put on a red dress for the cel­e­bra­tion. Now a red wed­ding dress, an out­fit that is close in shade to red, or a white dress with var­i­ous red ele­ments is at the height of fash­ion today, so you can fol­low the tra­di­tions and at the same time look very styl­ish by choos­ing just such a dress.

When choos­ing an out­fit, also con­sid­er the scope of the hol­i­day. For a small fam­i­ly gath­er­ing, it is bet­ter to wear some­thing prac­ti­cal, such as a beau­ti­ful evening dress accord­ing to your taste. Won­der­ful options for a sec­ond mar­riage in a nar­row cir­cle:

  • pearl-col­ored mid-length silk dress with chif­fon cape;
  • knee-length draped ivory cock­tail dress;
  • wed­ding suit — a skirt or trousers with a jack­et that will attract the atten­tion of all those gath­ered with their dis­creet solem­ni­ty.
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Well, if a mag­nif­i­cent cel­e­bra­tion is planned in accor­dance with all the rules, you may well wear a fluffy snow-white or beige wed­ding dress.

Is it worth it to wear a veil?

It is believed that the wed­ding veil is a sym­bol of inno­cence, so it is cus­tom­ary to wear it only to those who are get­ting mar­ried for the first time. But today, tra­di­tions no longer influ­ence wed­ding fash­ion so much, so if the style of the out­fit allows and you want it, you can very well dec­o­rate your hair with a veil.

Most women who are not enter­ing into a first mar­riage pre­fer to wear an ele­gant hat with a veil on their heads. This option looks very styl­ish and cer­tain­ly will not cause crit­i­cism from any­one. Yes, and the hat can be eas­i­ly matched to any face shape.

If the wed­ding falls on a warm sea­son, you can dec­o­rate your hair with flow­ers or jew­el­ry, for exam­ple, pearls — this will also look appro­pri­ate and pre­sentable.

In addi­tion, you can make your choice in favor of a lux­u­ri­ous dia­dem or tiara. They will give your hair a spe­cial expres­sive­ness, suc­cess­ful­ly com­ple­ment any out­fit, and no one will even notice that you are with­out a veil.

The bride’s bou­quet

It is impor­tant to take care of some­thing that no wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion can do with­out — a bou­quet. It is extreme­ly impor­tant that it be unusu­al and fash­ion­able.

When choos­ing a bou­quet, be sure to take into account the age of the bride. Old­er women should prefer­ably use flow­ers in bright col­ors, as gen­tle tones are a sym­bol of youth and inno­cence. Young girls can use roman­tic “friv­o­lous” flow­ers, but a bou­quet of dark flow­ers will not dec­o­rate her.

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Wed­ding bou­quets with berries, fruits and even veg­eta­bles are espe­cial­ly pop­u­lar. Try to diver­si­fy the bou­quet:

  • lemon slices;
  • green apples;
  • radish;
  • cher­ry toma­toes;
  • apri­cots;
  • straw­ber­ries
  • black­ber­ry.

Bou­quet with wheat is the main trend of sum­mer and autumn wed­dings. It will look espe­cial­ly inter­est­ing in com­bi­na­tion with sun­flow­ers.

It is bet­ter for slen­der, tall ladies to choose flow­ing bou­quets — “water­fall” or “drop”. They will focus on a beau­ti­ful fig­ure and high growth of a woman. And for petite women, a bal­loon bou­quet is bet­ter suit­ed.

And final­ly, a lit­tle advice. Regard­less of what mar­riage you have, and regard­less of your age, do every­thing the way you want it, and not fol­low­ing the prin­ci­ple of “accept­ed — not accept­ed.” It is then that this hol­i­day will remain for you one of the most pleas­ant mem­o­ries!