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Flower girls’ dresses

Flower girls are the little angels that look like fairies when they throw petals as they walk down the aisle before the bride. They add the drama, the flare, the magic. They may be dressed like the bride’s mini me’s, or be dressed like the bridesmaids but in a more playful and colorful tone. Oversized bows and sash may be the key, but how it fits the little girls also adds into the dress’ perfection.

Ballerina and princess inspired gowns are top picks for flower girl dresses. But if you want the girls to look more magical, a tea-length dress that is made of bouncy, layered tulles or a ruffled dress will be ideal as these dresses are not only comfortable, but they also look good in every moment, especially when the little girls will twirl. Check out the pictures below for creative and beautiful ideas on flower girl dresses.

Berta Bridal Fall 2015 Wedding Dresses

Berta’s avant-garde designs have taken over the bridal world by storm. Her artistic approach to bridal fashion have managed to surprise even the most veteran fashion editors and bloggers. Her collections are considered among the most praised and anticipated in the world.Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (15) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (13) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (12) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (11) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (10) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (5) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (6) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (7) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (8) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (9) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (4) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (2) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (1) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (22) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (21) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (19) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (18) Berta wedding dresses, wedding dresses, wedding, voltaire weddings (16)

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Anna Campbell Gossamer Bridal Collection

There is something truly mesmerising about an Anna Campbell dress, with designs simply dripping with decadent embellishments, intricately beaded laces, soft pretty tulles and floating silk chiffons. No matter which Anna Campbell bride you may be, when you slip into your dress on your wedding day you will feel timeless, yet not traditional, sexy yet sweet, and truly beautiful – just how every one of our brides should feel on her wedding day

voltaire weddings, wedding dresses,  (11)Inspired by French romance, the Gossamer collection is the epitome of timeless, classic elegance and is designed to create a beautiful silhouette for the bride seeking to embody both grace and glamour in a custom crafted gown. Modern flourishes are met with opulent fabrics, vintage touches and the finest of lace. The collection features the intricate detailing and delicate handcrafted embellishments Anna Campbell’s creations are renowned for.

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The Ultimate Guide to Wedding Dress Silhouettes

When shopping for a wedding dress, the wide variety of dress types available can overwhelm you. The situation could be much worse if you can’t identify a particular style or tell the difference between it and another. Knowledge is power when it comes to finding the most flattering wedding dress. We’ve decided to make things easier for you by giving you information on the different wedding dress silhouettes available.

Don’t start your hunt before reading this simple but comprehensive guide.

Empire –Line

The empire-line gown has a raised waistline that starts just under the bust line and flows all the way down to the hem. This style skims over the tummy area and hips to form a straight flow that is ideal for camouflaging trouble spots like short legs and a long torso. It is perfect for pear-shaped brides. The empire style gown is also suitable for pregnant brides because its fluidity nicely accommodates a large belly.

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Photo credit: etsy.com

A-Line

The A-line silhouette features a fitted bodice and a skirt that gradually flows out to the ground from below the waist, resembling the outline of the letter ‘A’. It is highly popular because of how flattering it is for almost all shapes. It can make petite brides look taller, create curves for brides with straight figures, downplay a wide waistline and hide lower body flaws. You can modify the fabric, neckline or waistline to emphasize your best assets while hiding your less impressive features. The A-line gown suits any occasion, from a traditional church to a backyard ceremony.

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Photo credit: marthastewartweddings.com

Trumpet

The trumpet gown, sometimes called the fit-and-flare, fits tightly to your body and begins to flare gradually around your mid-thigh. The gradual flare of the skirt resembles the shape of a trumpet’s bell. It is usually confused with the mermaid gown. The two are similar, but the mermaid is more fitted than the trumpet. The trumpet silhouette adds a nice balance of chic and classic to your dress design. It is excellent for accentuating curves.

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Photo credit: annacampbell.com.au

Mermaid

The mermaid gown tightly embraces the body’s contours from the chest to the knees, or lower, then dramatically flares out to the hem, resembling a fin. It flatters brides with slender figures. Those on the voluptuous side can also use it to accentuate their curves. However, regardless of how perfect your figure is, you should consider whether or not you’ll be comfortable wearing the mermaid style for your wedding. It has a bold design that highlights all curves, so you’ll need to be confident to pull it off.

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Photo credit: bertabridal.com

The Ball Gown

The ball gown style adds a fairytale touch to your wedding. It features a fitted bodice with a dramatic full skirt. It is figure-flattering for most bodies. It is particularly excellent for brides with large busts as it emphasises the waistline, creating an hourglass figure. It is also ideal for pear-shaped and slender figures because it accentuates the waist and conceals any lower-body problem areas. The ball gown wedding dress often features layered tiers, delicate embroidery and elaborate beading embellishments. There are many variations and design opportunities that give you room to make the style suit your preferences.

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Photo credit: marryalizee.com
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Photo credit: suzhoudress.com

The Sheath

The sheath dress is closely fitted and hugs the body from the head to toe. If you like simplicity, you can opt for this dress. It shows off your figure without any superfluous details. Its straight, slender lines make petite brides look taller. It is a good choice for brides looking to accentuate slim hips or long legs. It can also nicely frame an hourglass-shaped body. A point to note is that the sheath silhouette will draw the eye to every curve, even those you’d like to hide.

Photo credit: marthastewartweddings.com
Photo credit: marthastewartweddings.com
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Photo credit: demetriosbride.tumblr.com

As you look for a silhouette that flatters your body, we’d advise you to try different dress styles. Whatever your final choice, just know you’ll look spectacular because of all the happiness attached to your big day. Don’t stress!

 

A Simple Guide to Choosing the Perfect Bridesmaid Dresses

If you thought finding your wedding dress was challenging, think again. When looking for bridesmaid dresses, you’ll have to think about flattering all your maids while complementing your dress and theme. This can take a lot of time and effort. Check out the tips below to help make the process less daunting.

The Bridesmaids’ Needs

Your wedding is not meant to be a democracy. However, it is worthwhile to take your maids’ needs and feelings into consideration. If you have a sizeable number of girls, conflicting opinions will overwhelm you. You can start by just working with your maid of honour. Let her help you go through numerous bridesmaid dresses online or by visiting different shops. Narrow down the options then email them to the other maids. Listen to their feedback before making a final decision. If you prefer the mismatched look, you can allow your bridal party to choose their own dresses.

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