Comfortable Second Wedding Dresses

Comfortable Second Wedding Dresses

The bride cascades down the stone steps of the garden. Her hand is delicately holding the folds of a light and airy lavender wedding dress unparalleled in beauty. The sun shines delicately on her bare head and she floats as if no one is there except her and the groom. On one hand, she looks stunning. On the other, she looks incredibly comfortable. Second weddings give opportunity to make the wedding truly yours. You don’t have to skimp on the frills, either. Many comfortable wedding dresses are full of femininity and romantic design without heavy trains, bustles, corsets and fluff. Look for these types of dresses for your second wedding. When you focus on vintage, it adds an extra bit of timeless tradition for that bride-to-be.

For a seamless sheath, pick a dress that comes with an additional overlay, such as this Morning Gown. Not only does it fit with comfortable second wedding dresses, it is incredibly classic in beauty. Sleeves create comfort and coverage while allowing a bit of seduction through the sheer embroidered fabric. The length is dramatic but no cumbersome. A woman in this dress would might wear flowers in her hair and walk down the aisle (or beach_ barefoot. But of course, you can decide the details.

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Vintage White Wedding Dresses

Vintage White Wedding Dresses

There is nothing like a white wedding dress. Romantic, pure, ethereal and blissful. Floating across the aisle will be effortless in a signature gown. If you’re looking for vintage white wedding dresses, you may have a hard time locating them. Many vintage dresses are ivory and cream. To give you the true essence of vintage flair, take these beautiful concoctions. Blended with vintage elements and all supremely white, fall in love with the beauty of signature wedding gowns.For the bride who wants everything - the Venetian in white. A defined length and soft floating skirt adds to an understated and elegant Edwardian style. Drop-shoulders keep vintage white wedding dresses proper and add seductive touches. A white vintage gown like this is designed with true vintage detail but caters to the easygoing and laid-back bride. Modernity at its best with vintage embellishments.

Vintage White Wedding Dresses

Vintage White Wedding Dresses

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Asymmetrical Hem Wedding Dresses

Asymmetrical Hem Wedding Dresses

Soft folds of delicate lace and beading cover the bride’s skirt. Gathered slightly at the knee, the skirt allows the most delicate peek of wedding slipper as she cascades down the aisle. With ease and poise, asymmetrical hem wedding dresses are faithful in comfort and elegance. A lovely bride in a floor-length gown is one thing. A bride in a dramatically-lengthened asymmetrical hem wedding dress is another thing entirely. These lovely vintage-inspired romantic blends are some of the best asymmetrical hem wedding dresses we’ve found. Lovely, lacy, and oh-so-deliciously vintage.

Asymmetrical Hem Wedding Dresses

Asymmetrical Hem Wedding Dresses

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Vintage Lace Wedding Dresses Defined

Vintage Lace Wedding Dresses Defined

Something truly magnificent happens with vintage lace wedding dresses. A bride in a soft, creamy lace gown will be unique and classic. Delicate designs allow a soft peek of skin beneath the dress will give every bride that romantic and inspired look. If you’re searching for a vintage lace wedding dress, we give you a few examples of the fine and fancy styles blended with modern fit. For those brides who want the world: both modernity and vintage flair, we give you our tips.

A Formal Affair: For a regal and high-style wedding event, look for delicate Edwardian elements. A high neck and sleeves with heavy embroidery is a splendid example of the refined and formal bride. A dress such as the Inga Nataya Sultry Elizabeth is a blend of these elements. The high neck clasps at the collar and leaves a sheer effect, not too seductive, around the shoulders and sleeves. Like the royal princess Catherine, this dress has the proper form and fit for fantastic vintage lace wedding dresses.

A Formal Affair

A Formal Affair

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Mother’s Bridal Dresses: What to Look for

Mother’s Bridal Dresses: What to Look for

Your child’s day has finally come. As you walk down the aisle, nothing keeps you back from holding your head high. You have reached the point in your life where you will enjoy the fruits of your children’s lives and bask in glory. Your dress? Perfectly ordained with delicate champagne neutral colors and flowing elegantly. You knew the dress would be important. If you haven’t quite found the right dress for your child’s event, there’s still time. We give you a few time-tested rules behind searching for the most splendid mother’s bridal dresses.

#1: Find the Fit that Suits You: Imagine yourself in something smoothing and slimming that doesn’t detract from the bride and her elegant portrayal. Look for a forgiving sheath waistline and sleeves. Sheer sleeves are a great way to showcase a summer or spring style while still allowing for coverage and attractive fit. The Morning Gown in beige is a fine and fancy example of this open, free style that is both formal and unassuming for mother’s bridal dresses.

Find the fit that Suits You

Find the fit that Suits You

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Casual Wedding Dresses: Vintage Inspiration

Casual Wedding Dresses: Vintage Inspiration

She knows it exists. She has the exact measurements in her head, the exact allure of creamy delicate lace, romantic elements, sweet yet seductive feminine accents. Most of all, however, she doesn’t want to be sweating behind a corseted bustier and extravagant train. She doesn’t want her bridesmaids to spend twenty minutes tying up her bustle. She wants the exact dress of her dreams. The casual bride doesn’t want to compromise on delicacy, intricacy, or allure yet she wants her wedding dress fit for anything the night may become. Casual wedding dresses incorporate a multitude of layering, effect, and delicious chiffon and lace while keeping an easygoing, gentle and absolutely comfortable air. Here are a few categories to muse through with definite attention to the modern, vintage, and casual bride.

Hued Vintage Wedding: One fantastic way to make a statement with casual wedding dresses is with a hue other than white or off-white. A fine response to any tired wedding attire and a worthwhile addition for a second wedding or elopement. While they are made for comfort in length and fit, vintage embroidery and chiffon overlay keep each of these dresses formal enough for casual wedding dresses. You could choose a floating fairy dress, a Victorian-inspired amethyst dream or a fantastically layered 1910-style dress. Interestingly enough, our research has found that casual wedding dresses such as these are great for any body type and include alluring sleeves which are popular for smoothing and creating an attractive figure.

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Casual Wedding Dresses: Vintage Inspiration

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Unique Wedding Dresses: Vintage Couture at its Best

Unique Wedding Dresses: Vintage Couture at its Best

Dressed in a gown no one has seen compare, the bride greets her guests as they leave the church pews. Draped shoulder-to-toe in embroidered silk, pearl buttons and translucent chiffon, she is every bit the modern bride; sophisticated, demure and dreamy. Finding unique wedding dresses may seem like a chore in the world of strapless, corseted bustier styles. For all those ladies out there who have a fantastic love for the vintage and unique, whether you’re looking for a more comfortable and age-old classic or trying for that perfect second wedding dress, we have compiled a few examples that will show you what to look for with truly vintage wedding gowns.

The Victorian Gem: Many of our favorite styles includes a simple addition of color. For Spring and Summer 2014, we have watched alternate color unique wedding dresses pop up in everything from popular wedding magazines to celebrity choices. The Sultry Elizabeth is one of our favorite blends of antique Victorian embroidery and a glorious amethyst hue. Delicately embellished at the bodice, incredibly forgiving to any waistline while creating an effortless romance, this is a prime example of chic and unique.

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The Victorian Gem

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Vintage Wedding Themes for the Modern Bride

Vintage Wedding Themes for the Modern Bride

A bride in vintage is glowing with effortless, classic style. She walks, glides, slides, down the aisle with a traditional lace and embroidered dress that looks plucked from her great-grandmother’s wardrobe. Creamy, comfortable, timeless, a bride can find her inner love of antique styles. You know you love vintage.The design cannot be compared. Once you have decided you want a vintage wedding, consider the type of vintage wedding themes you may gravitate toward. Although numerous, we give you just four of our favorite vintage wedding themes for you–the modern bride.

The Victorian Wedding: The Victorian era was a superb mix of delicate embroidery, proper hemlines and necklines and an exuded calm and class that is unparalleled in society today. To fully encompass this lovely milieu of Victorian style, search for dresses like the Sultry Elizabeth. Designed with modern cut and fit and blended with embroidered sheer elements, lace layered skirt, and high-neck class, tea will go along swimmingly with this vintage wedding theme.

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Sleeved Wedding Gowns with a Vintage Flair

Sleeved Wedding Gowns with a Vintage Flair

There is something incredible about sleeves on a wedding dress. In a world of sleeveless modern dresses, many of us gravitate toward the sleeved wedding gowns that include glorious vintage flair and delicate designs. You can have sheer sleeves, with an added seductive allure or choose a dress with lace or embroidered sleeves to your wrists, encompassing the true vintage style. A wedding dress with sleeves means coverage, detail and a unique spin on the age-old wedding. In love with the romantic and the whimsical, here are just a few different kinds of sleeves you can choose for that big and beautiful day.

Long and Sheer: With this style, a sweet and quietly suggesting sleeved wedding gown is lengthened to the wrist with sheer chiffon. With this type of sleeves, your upper arms are suddenly seductive with a translucent peekaboo effect. The Nataya Inga Siren, whether you choose the depth of beige or the crisp white, elongates the arms and still allows for an effortlessly delicious allure. Coupled with a soft sheath and delicate embroidery, this lovely vintage dress is a dream for every type of bride.

Sleeved Wedding Gowns with a Vintage Flair

Sleeved Wedding Gowns with a Vintage Flair

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Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

With the crashing of waves in the background, the bride and groom, together with their closest families, celebrate their union. The scent of cold saltwater sprays through the air. The ribbons on the wedding trellis flutter like flags. The bride is wearing a colonial-inspired vintage lace which sends visions of Wuthering Heights. There is nothing more romantic than a destination wedding. The location, bathed in its own essence and appeal, is unabashedly true to the romantic nature of the bride and groom. Whether a hot beach is calling or a cool melancholy cliff, our vintage couture bridal gowns are an ideal fit for the unconventional and ever-romantic destination wedding. Here are some of the best destination weddings for this year and a splendid Inga Nataya dress to match.

Hawaiian Tropics: If you haven’t been to Hawaii, your wedding would be the perfect opportunity. Bathed in the blue of the ocean, walking along the white sand beaches, and enjoying the local culture has never been so blissful. One of the most popular vacation spots, it also tops the list of best destination weddings. For a comfortable and beach-blown bride, the Venetian White will more than suffice. Complete with three different blends of embroidery and topped with off-shoulder sleeves, this dress would fit the mold for that barefoot bride.

Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

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