Now's the chance to be Cinderella for a day.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 30 May 2012
Who are the girls who are always the bridesmaids and never the bride? According to http://www.lamodelondon.com it's the bridal models in the UK.
'Bridal modelling needs women of all shapes, sizes and ages and they are needed now,' explains Helen Smith, director for La Mode London. 'Even if you have no intention of getting hitched in real life, now's the chance to be able to be Cinderella for the day nd maybe find your own Prince Charming.'
She goes onto say, 'getting married should be the happiest day of your life. From the moment you decide to spend your lives together, the treadmill of the preparation of your impending marriage can sometimes take over and all the apprehension that comes with it, usually builds to wedding fever pitch - and it's certainly all that here at our studios in London at the moment. We have never seen so many bridal model makeovers in just the last couple of weeks, with lots more models booked in over the next few days.'
Helen explains it's all about the wedding fairs. Hundreds are going on all over the country at weekends in stately homes, exhibition halls and marquees as the wedding season gets underway and its all about model application.
'Bridal modelling is all the rage, particularly at this busy time of year when wedding fairs reach their peak. Bridal shows throughout the UK try to highlight a variety of models to promote real life situations. It's a type of modelling which needs men and women of all shapes and sizes,'she adds.
'Bridal shows throughout the UK try to highlight a variety of models to promote real life situations. The most important part of wedding prep for the bride-to-be is all about the dress, what the groom will wear and the bridesmaids and page boys too. From finding the venue, the worry of which stationery to choose, who to invite or not; a wedding takes so much preparation and time.'
According to La Mode, brides and brides maids diet to get into that tiny dress but in reality most brides and their maids would fit into the plus size modelling category. It's not often a bride is a fashion and catwalk modelling size in real life, so therefore, the businesses promoting their bridal wear at wedding fairs want real people to show their garments off. The professionals who dedicate themselves to capturing the bridal modelling look, whether it's for real or for fairytale, have a ball when wedding fever comes to their town.
'Our beauty and hair stylists love this time of year, being able to transform a model into a bride for the day is like turning Cinderella into that princess and all the models revel in it.'
'This genre of modelling is always on the lookout for typical wedding guests too,' Helen explains. 'The mother of the bride is very important and there are so many fashion and catwalk modelling shows dedicated to just bridal modelling. They also need models of all ages to act out the part of in-laws, friends and wedding guests. So the bridesmaid may get to be the bride after all in the wonderful world of modelling!'
Visit http://www.lamodelondon.com to read about all the latest model news and find out what goes on behind the scenes on a daily basis.