While this doesn’t impact your personal choice of style, it will help you narrow it down a bit (for example, you probably wouldn’t want to wear a short dress if you were getting married at Christmas). You should also consider your body shape and personal style – all the way from the necklines you prefer to the length of the formal dresses, waistline styles and if you want a train or sleeves.
Whether it’s alternative jumpsuits and androgynous suits, in recent years, modern brides have been testing the sartorial boundaries of the conventional knee length lace sheath wedding dress. Summer 2020 is set to see another bridal trend breakthrough: short wedding dresses.
Let’s start with an champagne wedding dress. This silhouette looks incredible on pear-shaped bodies, especially in this gorgeous style from LaLamira! This dress is just what the doctor ordered—with on-trend, extravagantly shaped florals in paper laces, the organic finishing on this off-shoulder neckline will perfectly highlight your narrower upper-half.
Weddings have moved from strictly church weddings to more of a broad spectrum. From beach, to back yard, to garden, to barn, couples are able to pick a wedding venue that fits their personality. Purchasing your wedding gown is an amazing experience, however it is an investment.