Nothing is more memorable than a beautiful bride wearing a vintage wedding dress. While the classic white wedding dress or ivory remains a favorite of many brides, the more women who wanted to be different and stand out when she got married. The bride wanted guests kept talking about her wedding dress long after the wedding day is over. Inspired by that then Belle and Bounty designed vintage wedding dress 2011. The two-woman design team of Belle and Bounty out of London have created one of the most cutting edge / vintage wedding dress collections I’ve ever laid eyes upon. Art Deco-inspired jewels and hanging with modern Some textures thrown into the mix. It’s obvious they have a real passion for 1920s-30s costume. Only the best and purest silks are used for these gowns that not only look fabulous but also glamor.
Another stunning dress by Lela Rose. Beautifully made with embellished fabrics to create these wonderful dresses. This dress above is part of Lela’s Spring 2010 wedding collection so hasn’t been around for long. This beautiful silk dress with embroidery beading is called Ginseng by Claire Pettibone, with its detachable train is absolutely stunning. This fabulous designer is often inspired by vintage fabrics and fashion history, she has found a way to meld her love of things past with a new perspective that results in the perfect dress for the bride to enchant her guests as she walks down the aisle. Wedding dresses with short sleeves spaghetti straps or those that are sleeveless are definitely getting more popular. A lot of brides now seem to prefer baring their arms. A bride however should never forget that a long sleeve wedding dress is also still a good option. Why would anyone want to have a long sleeve wedding dress?
A New Trend 2011 : Short Prom Dresses