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October 15, 2013
A train that is integrated into the design of your wedding dress must be bustled. A bustle is achieved by lifting up the fabric of the train and fastening it to the rest of the dress with delicate buttons, loops, hooks, eyes, or snaps – the bride can then move freely and comfortably among her guests. So you do not worry about the bustle coming undone, make sure the stitching of the fastenings is reinforced. I also recommend rehearsing the bustling process several times before your wedding day to avoid any last-minute challenges. Before you choose a wedding dress with an integrated train, take note that the bustle might add unwanted volume to your backside. -- XO, Vera
Caitlin and Robert celebrated their nuptials in the Astor Ballroom of Washington, DC’s St. Regis Hotel surrounded by candles, and pink and red roses. Family and friends celebrated with the newlyweds late into the night, and when the couple left their reception their guests lit up the night sky with festive sparklers. To see more photos of their beautiful wedding visit washingtonian.com.