Having made the decision to include flower patterns in a wedding dress, the next step will be that of actually designing them (the flower patterns).
First, you will need to make a decision on the right color for the wedding dress’ flower patterns. The color you ultimately settle on should be one that syncs with the wedding’s theme color. So if it is a blue-themed wedding, you can opt for blue flower patterns. If it is a brown-themed wedding, you can opt for brown flower patterns. If it is a green-themed wedding, you can opt for green flower patterns… you get the idea. It doesn’t have to be an exact match. But, at the very least, ensure that the flower patterns color doesn’t clash with the wedding theme color. And (needless to say), because a wedding is a happy occasional, it should be a ‘happy’ color.
Secondly, you will need to make a decision on the right size for the wedding dress flower patterns. If the flower patterns are too big, they may end up eclipsing the wedding dress’ original color…
Thirdly, you will need to make a decision on where exactly, within the wedding dress, you are to include the flower patterns. You could, for instance, opt to have them within the upper section of the dress, in the dress’ hemline or (if you are bold enough) even in the middle section of the wedding dress. It’s up to you, really.
You can opt to do the wedding dress flower design by yourself. Alternatively, you can get a professional to do the wedding dress flower design for you. It shouldn’t be too expensive to get an upcoming design professional to help you with this sort of undertaking. You can pay the professional a fixed fee for the entire pattern design project. Alternatively, you can pay the professional an hourly rate for the work done in designing the patterns. And when it comes to making the actual payment, you may do so using good old hard cash. Or you may issue a check to the professional. There is also the option of paying the design professional using an online system like PayPal. Or if you have a prepaid card (and you confirm that it actually has some money in it through the PrepaidCardStatus portal), you could use that too. You also have the option of transferring funds from the prepaid card to an online payment system like PayPal, then using the said funds to pay the professional for helping you in designing the wedding dress flower patterns.