When deciding on your wedding dress, were you completely torn between two entirely different looks or styles? Most brides are. The idea of a one shoulder dress may have been intriguing, but in the end you went with a classic strapless? Or you went with a lace wedding dress with sleeves, but also considered the fun flirtatious nature of polka dots? To this great dress dilemma, I say… Whatever you DON’T choose for the wedding dress, choose for your rehearsal dinner dress! The rehearsal dinner is a way to show another side of your unique style, so find a rehearsal dinner dress that shows off more of your personality, grace, and beauty.
A Perfect Rehearsal Dinner Dress
CREDITS: Top left with blue shoes: Nordstrom, Top right with straps: Could not find source from Pinterest , Top right with sheer sleeves: Shop Bop, Short sheer dress with polka dots: Sarah Seven, Dress with tan belt: The Plunge Project,One shoulder dress with bow: Could not find source from Pinterest , Lace dress with sleeves: I Want Big Closet Blog. Vintage dress with bow at the waist: WeddBook.com, Polka dot dress with long sleeves: Wanelo.
Really love the blue shoes, short dresses, or the Polka dots? See some of my past posts about those!
Polka Dot Wedding Ideas
Something Blue Sunday: Blue Wedding Shoes
Short Wedding Dresses With Style
Did you find a perfect rehearsal dinner dress? We hope so! Tell us what you are wearing to your rehearsal dinner in the comments, on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!
Recently, I’ve done a post on DIY Flower Girl Wreaths. What I found appealing was the unique look you get with the wreaths instead of the cheesy, normal, flower girl dresses and looks. Now don’t get me wrong, put any little girl in a white dress and hand her flowers and it is bound to be adorable, but I think I have found some ways to make exceptionally adorable flower girls.
Exceptionally Adorable Flower Girls
Here are a few flowers girls with fashion like no other. These gave me a little hope that all flower girls do not have to look the same.
This was from the real wedding of Laura Lee and Chris in Nashville Tennessee (could you guess by the boots?). This is adorable, fits the theme, and really gives this flower girl a little more zing. From Cedar Wood Weddings.
This is a fabulous flower girl dress for this little one. Not overly complicated yet still elegant. Found on Tumblr.
Now this is great! Kid friendly (cotton top) and frilly bottom. A very functional ballerina look that I love. The link on Pinterest was broken for this one. It’s adorable all the same.
Okay, moment of truth…what did you think of these unconventional but yet adorable flower girls? Love or hate? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook.
With summer wedding planning in full swing, I thought we’d showcase some short wedding dresses with flair that is worth showing off! Brides tend to be on only one side when it comes to the idea of a short wedding dress; it is either the only thing you are looking for, or the only thing you are not looking for. I encourage those brides out there who would never dream of a short wedding dress to take another peek, maybe you might just find something that catches your eye! Short wedding dresses have a different type of personality, and for some brides that little zing is exactly what they want on their wedding day.
Short Wedding Dresses
This wedding dress would be beautiful on any young bride. To me, it has a sense of innocence to it. Found on Sarah Seven. See more polka dots.
Love the shape and the little touch of lace! This looks like a crowd pleasing dress that would look good on many body types. Made by Tobi Hannah.
Tobi Hannah has a great selection of short wedding dresses. Didn’t think a short dress could be glamorous? I wasn’t sure either. This one is one of my favorites.
Found on Colin Cowie Weddings. Sassi Holford, 2013. This one has it all, cap sleeves, lace, and bows. A great design. More lace wedding ideas.
A totally different take on short! This one is already sold from Etsy.com, but I thought the idea was worth posting anyways! Found on We Heart It.
Did I change anyone’s ideas on short wedding dresses? Maybe, maybe not, but it sure was fun to look at the pictures, right?
For what seemed like a decade (maybe it was), every single fashionable wedding dress was a strapless A-line or ball gown and the only difference between yours and British royalty was the differences in the detailing.
Kate Middelton as seen in Glamour Magazine.
I think we have Kate Middleton to thank for bringing a breath of fresh air into wedding fashion. We are seeing more and more lace, sleeves, and unique shapes for wedding dresses, and I couldn’t be happier. Here are my picks from the latest found on Pinterest for your wedding dress viewing pleasure.
Wedding Fashion Trends on Pinterest – March 2013
This is what I like to call classic elegance. How could we have ever forgotten that simple could look this beautiful? I love to see wedding fashion heading back to the basics a little bit. This wedding dress is from designer Leila Hafzi. She is also considered the first high-end ethical & eco conscious fashion brand to work on empowering women in developing countries. It doesn’t get much better than that! Found via Burnett’s Boards.
Found via Loverly. Lace, lace, and more lace! This is definitely a new popular shape for wedding dresses.
This has a flowing elegance! From from Belorussian fashion house Papilio. Contrary to what the wedding fashion industry says, many brides do not want to wear white on their wedding day. The last two wedding seasons have found blush wedding dresses in the forefront of fashion. I love how this one combines bows (seems to be one of the newest fashion trends) and sheer overlays. Also found on Burnett’s Boards.
Found on Jim Hjelm. This one is really reminiscent of Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. Click the link to see the front…the neckline and sweetheart top are very similar! Again, covered in lace, but with a stunning keyhole back offers a boost of style.
A unique look at the strapless wedding dress. This detailing is surely something new, so I thought I’d throw it in. This dress is romantic, fairy tale, and the epitome of wedding fashion.
Which on are you pinning to your board? I would love to hear which is your favorite!