Wheher you have ever dreamed about your wedding dress or not, you definitely want to make a statement on your wedding day. Since there is a lot to consider when you first start shopping for your wedding dress,like necklines, silhouettes, and other bridal gown details,you may wonder:"is there any tip for me to follow to make my wedding gown shopping trips go smoothly?" Yes, there are some tips for you.First, do not be shy about shopping early. You need to start 9-12 months ahead of your wedding day to give yourself enough time to order a dress. If you start shopping less than six months in advance, you probably have to be flexible about which dress you pick because most couture and custom wedding dress designers can not make the dress in time. Next, you need to find a good bridal store. You can check out if there is local resource guide for reputable bridal salons near you. For brides on a budget, reputable online dress stores can also be good options, you can choose discount wedding dresses. You can get some "out of season" gowns at a big discount(don't worry, this just indicates they were not in the most recent season's line, not that they are out of fashion!) or dresses by lesser-known designers.Learn the parts of the dress -- from the train to the neckline -- and get a good idea about silhouettes like A-line, mermaid/trumpet and sheath. You should also keep in mind what style dress you would like-- if you are looking for a beach wedding dress, a formal ball gown wedding dress might not fit into the look you are dreaming about.