by Haley Danis, staff writer
On April 14, 2018 Village is holding the Spring Formal at Highland Country Club. Preparing for prom can be a big deal, especially for the girls. There are many steps to get ready for the perfect prom night.
“To prepare for prom I am getting my hair done and have someone do my makeup. I will be getting my dress early to get that out of the way,” Sydney Morris commented.
Senior students have already tackled prom once before. Many seniors at Village would tackle their last prom doing different strategies than they did last year to make their prom journey easier to accomplish.
“I spent most of my time getting ready for my junior year prom, that I missed out on time socializing with people before going to the dance. This year I’d like to be ready sooner so I can go downtown to take pictures with my date and friends,” Rachel O’Briant explained.
Prom for guys is a total different perspective. Many ideas will be in the process while asking the that one special girl to prom in many unique ways. To make the perfect prom night you need the perfect date and the perfect proposal.
“I probably would first leave a note at her house with some flowers and tell her where to go, then when she gets there I’ll have another station with another place to go, then do the same thing 3 times until she got to the last place where I will be standing with a big poster and more flowers, food, and drinks,” Caleb O’Briant said.
In addition to getting ready and what to wear and what not to wear is very detailed and precise. As for the guys it is not so strict on what they can wear, as of the girls it has a lot of restrictions. Prom dresses have to be modest and presentable. Dresses can be strapless but not showy, if your dress has slits in it, it has to be 3 inches above the knee or lower. Here are some pictures for a visual for the girls on what to wear and what not to wear…