For a summertime It is all a matter of the bride’s preference and how traditional her family is. The interesting part is that a wedding dress which is made entirely of a subtle color will actually be less dramatically colorful than one which combines white or ivory with another shade. The shimmer of the satin paired with the gentle color makes for an absolutely gorgeous glowing effect. One of the most luxe looks is a silk satin bridal gown in a soft hue like pale pink or light blue. (more…)
The long white dress has been a symbol of brides since Victorian times. However, these days, more and more women are choosing to buck tradition, and wear a wedding gown that better reflects their personal style. Why not be daring and wear a red wedding gown instead?
Did you know that in China, red is the traditional color for brides, as it symbolizes good luck and it is believed to have the power to keep evil spirits at bay? So if a white bridal gown is not your style, red is in fact a wonderfully auspicious color for a bride to wear. It is true that in American culture to wear a red wedding dress will be taken as a statement of independence or breaking with tradition, so be prepared for some funny looks from the older generation. (more…)
Kate Middleton have only been engaged for 8.6 seconds, but I’ve already got the entire royal wedding all planned in my head. (Royals like cocktail weenies, right?) Now that I’ve tracked down Kate Middleton’s engagement ring, let’s discuss the next-most important topic of the day …
Kate Middleton’s wedding dress!
(After this, I promise it’s back to your regularly scheduled, non-royal Save the Date posts!)
I’m sure you’re busy with all sorts of boring details, Kate, so I went ahead and picked out some wedding day looks for you. I know you don’t have to wear a ballgown, but you’re going to be a princess (!), so most of the dresses I picked (all from the Fall 2011 runways) are over-the-top princessy!
While the spring clothes for daytime on the New York runways are quite subdued – lots of pale colors, khaki chic, longer skirts, and simple simple simple (except for Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs)- the eveningwear looks shown in NYC this week were MUCH more elaborate. (more…)
The wedding gown for a future bride has to be the most precious one ever worn. It is on the one hand the essence and importance of the event that transmits this. On the other hand the bond between the bride and the dress as this is the start of a new life chapter. With all these gathered the wedding gown gains much more than a simple clothing needed for the reception party and the ceremony, but as well the sentimental part that marks the transition from a lady to a married woman posture. (more…)
Wedding is a very special day for all the brides and that’s why they want to have unique wedding gowns to make their special day unforgettable. There are many different kinds of wedding gowns and if you want to make yours a unique one, you will have to look for a designer instead of buying the dress off the rack. Wedding gowns from catalogs and stores usually have many items of similar cut and design. It is better to visit a designer and specify a particular design you want. (more…)
In 2011 was the best moment for held a wedding because many women will be served wedding dress with lots of choices and very amazing with fashionable styles. Now is the time for beautiful women prove the wedding dresses which fashionable in the presence of all wedding participants in 2011. (more…)
Vera Wang wedding dresses designer wedding dress is very keen to see the market segment, although many are making him stay rigid with the model and style to compete with other designers. Vera Wang remain in stores or on the internet. (more…)
Bridal gowns, what brides wear during wedding is a long awaited craving for them. Here are some bridal dresses of royal family of different decades. Which of these attract you more?…
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Royal bridal gowns have been distinguished throughout the history of royalty since 1816. The bridal gown plays a foremost role, not only during the wedding day but also for days, months and years to come.
Here we represent some royal bridal gown from last two centuries.
Consuelo Vanderbilt and the Duke of Marlborough, as shown in the November 1895 issue of Harper’s.
Sibyl Cadogan in her 1917 bridal gown.
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and the Duke of York, 1923.
Marjorie du Cros on her wedding day, 1932
While the Queen Mother married King George VI in 1923 in a simple wedding dress designed by court dressmaker Madame Handley Seymour, a mere 58 years later Diana Princess of Wales made headlines when she married Prince Charles in a wedding gown by a then relatively unknown designer Elizabeth Emanuel. The dress featured an extravagant 25-foot-long train.
It would only be 24 years later when Prince Charles’ second bride, Camilla Parker Bowles (now the Duchess of Cornwall), chose an elegant two-piece designed by Antonia Robinson and Anne Valentine, with statement headwear created by Philip Treacy.
Finally it comes to Kate Middleton’s gown, 2011.
Dressmakers are full of admiration for Kate’s Alexander McQueen gown, with flowing train held by her sister Pippa