Dark Navy Stormy Ink Blue Royal Blue Ocean Blue Pool Sky Blue Mist Lavender Lilac Dusk Wisteria Tahiti Fuchsia Orchid Grape Regency Mulberry Burgundy Vermilion Red Watermelon Papaya Dusty Rose Coral Pearl Pink Blushing Pink Candy Pink Mint Green Turquoise Spa Jade Peacock Dark Green Daffodil Orange Taupe Champagne Gold Chocolate White Ivory Silver Steel Grey Black
- Strapless Sweetheart One-Shoulder Halter V-neck Scalloped Neck Scoop Neck Off-the-Shoulder Cowl Neck Square Neckline High Neck
- Chiffon Taffeta Organza Satin Tulle Charmeuse Lace Velvet Sequined Feather Jersey Satin Chiffon 30D Chiffon Stretch Crepe Silk Like Satin
There are many detailed bodices and hems in our bridal selection. With that, comes very detailed alterations. Some hems require the seamstresses to take apart the bottom completely and put it back together through reconstruction to ensure perfection! Although this may sound scary, you have to keep an open mind. Think of it as having your evening dresses custom made to you!
You may not want to wear white, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a classical aesthetic. For a look that’s both traditional and modern, consider opting for a black trumpet wedding dress. While the metallic hue will add an on-trend element to your wedding look, the long cut will keep things sophisticated and elegant.Whether you’re planning a huge ceremony with a massive guest list or tying the knot in front of close family and friends only, wedding planning is an exhausting endeavor.
Proof that a desire for a more informal approach to contemporary ceremonies is growing, global fashion search platform recently revealed that 23 per cent of brides now opt for two wedding dresses with 61 per cent of the dress choices being short.Since 1910, fit and flare wedding dress trends have often evolved alongside everyday fashion, with brides in one decade wearing drastically different styles than brides in the next.
This is one of the areas you’ve got to put some real planning into, because it will affect how you look back on your wedding for the rest of your life. Your photographer will need to know in advance that you will be changing dresses, and when, so that they can ensure they get the right shots at the right time.