Now, before we get into the thorny subject of wedding dresses and how much they cost, everyone is different and how much is spent is entirely up to the bride-to-be.
It all depends on what you’re looking for: you can save by opting for a dress that’s a couple of seasons old or by buying second-hand.
However, maybe you want one that’s an exact replica of a Marchesa one that was shown at Bridal Fashion Week or you have your heart set on a vintage lace design. In either of these cases, the price is likely to skyrocket.
However, a recent survey conducted by Bridebook, an online wedding planning service based in the UK, has established an average price – £1,385 and to convert that to euros, you’re talking in the region of €1,610.
However, this price inflates for London-based brides with the estimated figure, £1,677, which works out at around €1,950.
According to reports, 5,000 brides were quizzed in this survey and as you can see above, the overall results included some interesting figures.
What do you think? Is that a reasonable amount to spend or would you consider it way over budget considering there’s also a wedding to pay for?
Main image via Instagram: Liz Martinez Bridal