Let’s face it: When you’re shorter, you have less area to cover and less fabric to work with. It’s better to keep your expensive wedding gowns relatively uncluttered. Think simple details. Keep the beading and fullness to a minimum. Same goes for the veil: Shorter brides tend to get lost beneath poufy cathedral-length veils, so you may want to stick with the chapel- or elbow-length style.
Besides, gloves are not your best option. Since you are less-than-average height, you have to keep in mind that your arms are of less-than-average length. Wearing gloves will make them disappear! Stick to short sleeves with a slight scoop or V-neckline or bodices with off-the-shoulder necklines. Both do a nice job of covering the upper arms and minimizing a muscular upper body. To add the illusion of height, stick to sheaths or A-line lace wedding dresses with minimal fullness.
Finally, don’t be worried about your height, to be in the exact discount wedding dress, you will also be the point.