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You’ve dreamed of your wedding dress since you were 6 years old. And suddenly there you are, engaged, planning your wedding and ready to shop for that amazing bridal dress. Reality hits and you realize that you have so many other things to consider than just your bridal gown. The cost of your gown may be one of the more expensive items on your wedding budget.And now you ask yourself, "Can I really afford that Designer gown that I love?" 

Staying within a certain budget is the lot of most brides. The average wedding costs about $25,000, but not everyone can spend nearly that much. A nice wedding can be assembled for much less and can even be put together on a shoestring if necessary. After all, you are not getting married just to have a big party! You are getting married, because you are in love. So if you find that you do need to cut some corners, don’t despair. There are lots of ways to save some money and still look stunning. 

Saving on Your wedding gown
Many wedding planners recommend spending about 6% of your wedding budget on your bridal gown. For the average wedding costs listed above, that would be about $1500. But there are many beautiful dresses for much less. You can find wedding gowns as low as $200 on sale or at discount bridal dresses shops and outlets. Silk gowns generally start at about $2000 and designer gowns can cost $3000 - $7000 or more. 

Online Wedding Gowns
 You may also find a great buy at: on line wedding dresses shop. There is no shortage of online stores to search through. 

You may need to clean the wedding dresses if it has been worn before, so keep that in mind if you decide to buy a used gown. And remember, if the gown is polyester, you may be able to hand clean it yourself and save even more. 

Consider the resources of a bridal dress factory, They are familiar with various designers, fabrics, and have alterations resources readily available. Let them know immediately if you are on a budget so that they can recommend bridal dresses that will work for you in your budget range.They may also be aware of sale dresses that will fit your pocketbook precisely. 

Call around before you shop, as different bridal shops vary in the price range of wedding gowns that they sell. 

Saving with Custom Made 
If you have fallen in love with a gown that is out of your price range, consider having a replica custom made. It is possible that an excellent seamstress could reproduce your favorite gown for a lot less than the designer. Be careful when selecting fabrics though. 

Many bridal gowns are made of satin. But, be aware that satin is a type of weave, not actually a fabric. There are polyester satins, silk satins and even acetate satins. Stay away from acetate satin. It has a lovely sheen, but wrinkles terribly and loses most of it's body when cleaned. Don’t be penny wise and pound foolish. Invest in excellent bridal polyester or silk fabric if having your gown made for you. And be sure your seamstress is well qualified. 

Most men rent their tuxedos, so why not consider renting your wedding dress? If you are not determined to save your gown for your posterity, then you can consider renting a wedding gown. However, you may find it difficult to find a shop that rents wedding dresses. Check with your local bridal shop or look online to find a Bridal Shop rental service nearby. 

If you are unsuccessful finding a gown to rent, consider selling your wedding gown online after your wedding to help offset the costs of the gown now. If this is your plan, use care in your wedding activities to ensure the gown remains in good condition. And look online to determine how much you may be able to get for your gown. Use that number to help you determine how much you can afford to spend. 

Shop around 
You may find just what you are looking for in a price you can afford. Or you may decide to rearrange your wedding budget to give your gown higher priority so that you can buy the designer gown you love. After all, it is your big day.