Post # 1
I am heavily considering going for this length for my wedding.
Can I see some pictures of you guys in tea length dresses on your wedding day for ideas for shoes, accessories, etc?
if you haven’t gotten married yet, even just a model picture of your dress would be great! I just want to get my creative juices flowing!
Post # 3
@freshflowers: A lot of the tea length dresses I’ve seen here on the bee are lovely. Hope the other bees can help you. Good luck in your search and be sure to post any pics.
Post # 4
@freshflowers: I love to show off my dress so I’ll join in! I got mine as a custom blending of the top style from one dress and the bottom style from another with a few extra custom things like the low back. It came form Dolly Couture and I would highly recommend them for tea-length dresses, and their custom work was very affordable. I did have my alterationist shorten it just under tea-length because I felt I looked too short with it tea-length and wanted a tad bit more leg..
Post # 5
I’m not married yet, but this is my dress. I always imagined myself in a tea length dress because I just can’t handle the idea of a beautiful dress dragging on the ground all day.
Post # 6
I had a black full length dress for the ceremony and changed into this tea length with added pink crinoline that peeked out for dancing. Originally I had on round-toe pumps for the retro look, but quickly switched those out for pink converse.
Post # 7
I don’t have a tea length dress, but my alter ego does 😉 Justin Alexander 8465. I am IN LOVE with this dress. If I had thousands of dollars just laying around I’d buy it and wear it to work. No joke, I am in love. Sorry it’s huge. But how can you not love it?