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Bridal designers have seriously outdone themselves with stunning evening dresses this year, so we couldn’t help but round up our favorites! From beading to tulle, from romantic to bohemian, the range of styles, shapes, and silhouettes is as vast as our obsession with these gorgeous plus size wedding gowns!
A beach wedding is a magical and romantic affair. But, the beautiful location does require some special planning, especially when it comes to your wedding dresses in the 1920s. Of course, you want it to be beautiful, but it also needs to be suitable for the sand, sun and sea breeze.
Getting all of the standard shots while the bride is in her more formal, ceremonial attire is considered very important, especially to relatives, so make sure you don’t dash away to change too soon! Instead, you will need to carefully plan when you will change so that you get your formal photos, while the documentary style reception photos can capture your second princess wedding dresses in all of its beauty.
Your wedding dress fabric helps define your gown’s look and feel. Most importantly, it can play a role in your comfort on the big day. Will your wedding take place outside under the hot summer sun or on a chilly winter day?