Wedding dresses have undergone a process of transformation from the classic white or ivory gown to stunning and colourful models which represent the individuality of the young woman. While high-end traditional dresses are far from being a thing of the past, a lot of famous designers are seeing young women in stylish attire. Regardless of your style, it is crucial that you choose the gown perfect for you, because when it comes to your big day, everything has to be perfect – from your dress to the hall and decorations. We have picked five of our favorite wedding dresses. And which one is your favorite?
Knee Length Wedding Dresses
This knee length wedding dress is from the Marchesa Spring 2010 Bridal Collection. This sweet and short dress puts a little bit of spring in a bride’s step. Simple and elegant, this dress ensures the very best fitting while hiding the flaws and delivers a beautiful slimming look. Marchesa
Silk Chiffon Wedding Dress
The Waterfall silk-chiffon gown by Matthew Williamson is one-of-a-kind. This amazingly designed gown features eye-catching intricate detailing including pale-gold beading. I especially like the keyhole cut-out at the back, which makes it the best choice for a summer wedding. Elevate the cascading chiffon layers with stiletto heels and balance the detailing with elegant jewelry. Matthew Williamson
Informal Wedding Dresses
The Sarahseven’s Old New Borrowed Blue is a beautiful informal wedding dress, perfect for destination weddings. The dress emanates an elegant & sensual aura. This dress is made from white silk chiffon and is vertically pleated at the bust. The dress goes straight down all the way to the floor. There’s even a stylish flower belt which is available in different colors. Sarah Seven
Flowy Wedding Dresses
I really like this wedding dress by Elizabeth Dye. Streamlined silhouette and flowy & soft fabric will make any young woman look like a stylish bride, and not a big package. Not that your partner will mind unwrapping that package. Soft layers of English tulle cascade in 3 beautiful tiers to a skirt, which falls mid calf in back and mid knee in front. Gathered tulle straps. Crepe under-layer with flounced skirt lining for a touch of glamour. Elizabeth Dye
Simple Wedding Dresses
The designer has taken an unusual approach in the design of this wedding dress. The Guggenheim wedding dress by Anne Bowen (as the name suggests) is inspired by the famous New York building. This beautiful simple dress is defined by clean lines. Anne Bowen
4 thoughts on “Beautiful Wedding Dresses: Ivory and White for the Stylish Bride”
I love that Marchesa dress! Gorgeous
Thanks so much for your sweet comment! And so glad I stumbled upon your blog…I’m hoping it will come in useful in the near future 😉 😉
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the dress with the open back. so dreamy.
I love the dress with the blue flower. It’s so beautiful
Sarah Seven and Elizabeth Dye – two of my favs and both local Portlanders!
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