Post # 1
Ugh. Here I am again…wondering what dress to wear to my Mediterranean-inspired wedding. We are blending my Italian heritages with his hispanic, surrounded by deep colors of garnet and plum and gold. The wedding is in November, so I want it to have almost a vineyard harvest feel. We are having a traditional Catholic mass ceremony.
I have included a collage with pictures from our church, reception venue, and hotel so you can get a feel for the day.
I am debating the following dresses:
All are VERY different, which is why I’m so confused. Some pics of the dresses I pulled online, others are me in the actual dresses. I will post each in a new message below.
Thanks in advance foor your help!!!!
Post # 4
Casablanca 1798: This dress is more of a simple elegance. The photos without the bolero are me in the dress. The two photos of the bolero are not of me, or my dress, but the dress is very similar, and that is a pic of the bolero I would want to wear. Veil is obviously still up for debate.
Post # 5
Enzoani Dakota: All pics I pulled from online. I would probably eliminate the sash for a thinner, simpler one.
Post # 6
Pronovias Florete: The top two photos are me in the gown. I would wear my hear up with a beautiful lace veil.
Post # 8
None would look out of place, but my favorite is the Watters.
Post # 10
I don’t really think you can go wrong with any – but my favorite with the theme is the Lazaro because it looks the most “mediterranean” to me.
Post # 11
I don’t like number 2, but all the rest of them are great. I especially love the watters and the lazaro ones.
Post # 12
I love the Watters and the Lazaro!
Post # 13
It is a tough decision. they would all look great so it really depends on how you feel in the dresses.
Post # 14
Enzoani Dakota!! I may be biased though because my dress is very similar.
Post # 15
Ladies, thank you so much for your opinions!! It’s been a hard decision, but this is helping. 🙂 Keep em coming!
Post # 16
I like the Lazaro and the Watters myself