Wedding Guide 2010: The Dress of Your Dreams
Four stunning looks for your big day
Are you a glamour girl, or prefer vintage flair? Do you want to make a statement in a modern, dramatic gown, or look the part in classic elegance? We show you four show-stopping looks.
Right: This vintage-style gown worn by Chantea looks like it could’ve been handed down by a very fashionable relative. The lace bodice and sparkling detail hearken back to the alluring yesteryear of glamour; the fitted mermaid silhouette and jaunty blusher veil (complete with silk flower) are very today.
Blue by Enzoani “Champagne” ivory lace dress, $1,595, Meg Wedding Jewelry blusher veil, earrings and bracelet, all from Marah’s Elegant Bridal.
Classic doesn’t mean boring, and indeed, all eyes will be on you in this strapless, organza and lace banded gown with flower petal detail, worn by Laura. Truly the epitome of a timeless, gorgeous wedding look.
Robert Bullock “Parker” gown, $1,650, Sara Gabriel silk flower clip and fingertip veil, and Christina Garcia jewelry, all from Premiere Couture.
The one-shoulder concept might’ve come from trendy eveningwear looks but the bride who wants to make a statement in this silk dupioni creation will feel right at home. Classic detailing in the bodice ruching and full box-pleated skirt grounds this gown for a look that’s suitable now and forever.
Lea Ann Belter “Danielle” dress with Austrian crystal brooch detail, $2,695; Sara Gabriel blusher veil and Christina Garcia jewelry, all from Premiere Couture.
For those who like sparkle, on-trend details and, yes, even a little bit of princess mixed in, look no further. This stunning confection is perfect for a day that you’ll remember forever.
Blue by Enzoani “Calistoga” taffeta satin gown, $1,361; Meg Wedding Jewelry jeweled hair comb, earrings and bracelet, all from Marah’s Elegant Bridal.
Produced by Shayna Miller
Photographs by The Visual Soundtrack
Hair and makeup by Lindsay Vitense, Studio Z Salon
Shot on location at The Madison Club
Special thanks to models Laura Ritchie and Chantea Walters