Wedding Dresses for the Perfect Bridal Look

Wedding Dresses for the Perfect Bridal Look

Ashley de Ste Croix Ashley de Ste Croix
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It's the moment you've been dreaming of your entire life. You're getting married! The only thing left to do is begin planning and pick out the perfect wedding dress. But with so many different styles and designs to choose from, how can you make sure you find the one that's right for you? Never fear – we're here to help! In this post, we'll take a look at some of the most popular wedding dress styles and give you advice on how to pick the one that's perfect for you, so you can remain comfortable on your big day. So read on and get inspired!

Wedding dresses come in all different styles, which can seem really overwhelming when you first start shopping. Some women prefer a more classic look while others want something less predictable and simple - it's important that you think about what kind of style your wedding will have before choosing an outfit for the big day! The worst thing possible would be looking back at those photos with regrets because certain elements didn't coordinate well enough or match anything else, from either personnel or location aesthetics. So, take time when deciding how YOU want things portrayed during this special moment. A great way to help ensure coordination between everything involved would be including your dress choice alongside other aspects such as colour schemes or location.

 The Traditional Wedding Dress

White is a traditional colour for bridal gowns in the U.K., and it can be any shade from cream to ivory - but what's your skin complexion? You don't want your wedding dress washing you out in photos on such a special day! So, try on some bridal gowns with different shades, that way you will be confident that you'll be looking your best on your wedding day. The traditional white wedding dress in the U.K, which created the term "white wedding", originated during Victorian times when Queen Victoria wore a white lace gown. From there the tradition grew to having something new, borrowed and blue on your person during the ceremony, this can be a really fun and unique way of adding the finishing touches to your look that will make it personal to you!

When the American Dream became a reality, it was symbolized by princess-like gowns. These large and extravagant ball gown wedding dresses were made popular among royalty in Europe as well but came to represent something more than just luxury - they advertised an ideal that anyone could have their dreams come true if they tried hard enough for it! Today, a white traditional wedding dress is not just an indication that the bride was virginal; it's also seen as something traditional. If you prefer wearing colours instead of keeping with tradition then go ahead, this is YOUR day, and you should wear whatever makes you feel your best!

Traditional Wedding Dress

 

The Vintage Wedding Dress

Vintage wedding dresses are a trend that will never go out of style. The variety in styles, materials, and colours make it the perfect option for brides who want something different from their typical traditional white wedding dress! You can find vintage gowns with any decade from 20+ years ago, giving you an endless supply to choose from. Vintage wedding dresses are a great way to stand out from the crowd and make an unforgettable impression. When deciding on which vintage dress you want, start by determining what era best suits your style preferences for this special day! Wedding dresses have changed a lot over the years, and it is amazing to see how different they can be within just 1 short decade. For example, in the early 1900s most materials used for making wedding attire were silk and satin until eventually more material types became rationed during World War II. This led many couples towards simpler designs in the 1940s with many wedding gowns made out rayon which gave off an entirely new take on femininity with its luxurious texture as well! This drew more importance to the bride's accessories, rather than her dress. The 1940's style of dress could be perfect for a bride looking to add extravagant accessories to her wedding day look.

Another benefit of going with these old-fashioned pieces. They may cost less than new gowns do - so don't forget about checking at local stores before purchasing anything to try and save your money! Vintage dresses are one of a kind and come with little to no size options, so if you're interested in buying an authentic vintage wedding dress it's important that money is set aside for any alterations needed. Unlike modern-day wedding dresses where there may be several different sizes available at your fingertips regardless of what type or shape body frame most old-fashioned garments were designed specifically and will more than likely need altering before you're ready for your big day!

Vintage Wedding Dress

The Mermaid Wedding Dress

If you're looking for a modern take on vintage wedding style, consider mermaid wedding dresses. With their flowing skirt and figure-hugging design that flatters curves from all angles; these are perfect to wear at your special day! More fitted than traditional trumpet style wedding dress but still daring enough without being too revealing - any bride will be making statement with this look by providing themselves an outfit yet again. There are many brides who feel weary of the mermaid-style wedding gown, worrying that it will be restrictive, and they won't feel comfortable on their special day. It is true you may not get as much movement out of a fishtail dress compared to other styles such as an A-Line or Ball Gown, but you won't be too restricted that you can't dance at your own wedding reception!  The mermaid wedding gown has less weight to it than other style wedding gowns, as there is less material used to create the exaggerated skirt.

The Lace Wedding Dress

At first glance, it's difficult not to be drawn into the alluring spell that is lace. The softness and romantic appeal of this fabric make for an ideal choice in weddings dresses - whether you're looking for something understated or head-turning bold! A lace wedding gown is a popular option for brides, it adds that timeless effect to any event as it’s been used on bridal dresses for decades! You can find different designs of laces from Defining Chantilly Lace all the way down through Eyelet Lace which will help customize your style. When choosing your lace bridal gown, it's important to find one with subtle yet stunning details. If you love the idea of adding depth and romance to wedding dresses, then Chantilly Lace is perfect for this! The most popular type of French-made fabric used on wedding days over centuries still remains loved by many today. The outlined pattern within the lace adds the detail brides are looking for which is why lace is still in style for bridal gowns!

Lace Bridal Gown

The Short Wedding Dress

Wedding dresses are a staple of the wedding experience. Whether you're throwing an elegant celebration or want to make style statements, there's plenty for every taste and preference when it comes down choosing your perfect formal attire! In the age of social media and pushing fashion boundaries, short wedding dresses are more popular than ever before. These types of wedding gowns are statement-making styles that will have you looking your best in a more casual, fun style. These short, quirky wedding dresses are the perfect option for a more rustic setting. A lace detail or veil can add a romantic and soft look to your bridal gown if that is desired out of it! These also come in handy if you're having an outdoorsy celebration because dirt won't be on your train all day long (perfect!). 

The Colourful Wedding Dress

The trend of colourful dresses has been around for a long time. In fact, before Queen Victoria set the tradition white wedding gown trend it was more common to see brides in colour at their weddings. Bridal gowns were normally of darker colours so that the bride could wear the dress again to any occasion and if the dress got dirty, it wasn’t as obvious. Fast-forward to the 21st Century, brides are looking for something different - they're not just going for white or champagne-coloured dresses anymore! Today brides are colourful, creative, and progressive. As society takes more selfies than ever before there is a new trend in weddings: a statement gown. With nearly everyone on social media today many people want to stand out from their average white wedding dress with an unforgettable experience on your big day. What does this mean for you? Colourful wedding dresses are back and making a statement! Adding colour to your wedding dress can be a great way to express yourself and get creative, after all it is YOUR day. But, before you get too carried away looking at colourful wedding dresses, take some time for reflection as well as consideration about how each hue can work together in harmony throughout your wedding ceremony.

Colourful Wedding Dress

Now that you know all about the different types of wedding dresses and what goes into choosing the perfect one, it's time to go shopping! We wish you the best of luck in finding your dream gown. And don't forget, once your big day is over, be sure to preserve your beautiful flowers with us so you can create keepsakes that are everlasting. Find out more in our Wedding Flower Preservation Range!

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