Are you overwhelmed with all of the different style wedding dresses? Finding the perfect wedding dress is never easy and with so many different silhouettes, necklines, and trains it is no wonder it can get confusing. I am so excited to share this infographic I found explaining everything you ever wanted to know about wedding dresses. I suggest that all brides read over this before going dress shopping so you can be informed about your options. That way you can narrow down which silhouettes will work best for your body type, which waistline is right for you, and even what size train you like best.
I hope this infographic has helped to explain all the terms that may be used during your dress appointment!
Blush wedding dresses are on trend for 2013 and you may have seen celebrities like Jessica Biel and Reese Witherspoon wearing these pink gowns. Although many brides think they want an all blush dress many decide that they don’t feel like a bride in a gown that isn’t white.
If you love the look of a blush pink wedding dress but don’t feel like a bride wearing it, then consider an ombre wedding dress that combines white/ivory with a hint of blush pink. This way you get the touch of pink you want without committing to an all pink dress. Plus adding a touch of pink to a white or ivory dress makes the white/ivory stand out more! Here are some of our favorite bridal gowns that include the perfect amount of blush pink!
Keep in mind that if you want a touch of blush on your wedding dress, you do narrow down your choice of dresses since many designers only make a few blush dresses in their collections. If you want a ball gown but can’t find the perfect dress with a touch of blush pink, consider having a pink crinoline under the dress. When you lift your dress when walking down the aisle and dancing guests will catch a glimpse of pink!
For 2013, lace dresses are actually taking a backseat to tulle! Can you believe it? It took me a while to warm up to the idea that tulle was back in a big way but after seeing some of these amazing wedding dresses it completely changed my mind.
If you are like me, when you think of tulle wedding gowns you think of a tulle skirt that resembles a princess. Those grand ballgown tulle dresses are still out there but updated in a new way. Tulle is made in to ruffles, draped in layers and even made to look like flowers.
For a twist on the traditional tulle ballgown take a look at this ombre tulle wedding gown!
If ballgowns aren’t your favorite type of gown there are plenty of tulle gowns now that are A-line or even fitted skirts. Tulle is loved for its sheer and feminine quality and some designers are playing up the sheer fabric for a sexy modern look.
What do you think about these tulle wedding gowns? Let us know!