Post # 1
I need your help. I think I have narrowed my wedding dress selection to three dresses and I need your help selecting The One.
Dress 1 – Enzoani lace gown – I think I would go with a belt with more “bling” if I chose this one. Excuse the picture…had to sneak it from the dressing room of the salon.
Dress 2 – As you can see it wasn’t my size..but I think has a good mix of lace and sparkle. Just worried about the sweetheart neckline.
Dress 3 – So I was surprised that I liked this dress…much more dress than I thought I wanted but when I tried it on I really liked it. Keep in mind, that it is several sizes too small.
Post # 3
Add a poll! I really like the second one!
Post # 4
i think the second one looks really great on your figure!!
Post # 5
Welcome to the Hive! WOW, you look amazing in all three. I am usually not a fan of #2, but I love it on you with all the right curves for it. I am not sure which I love more. Let me think about it for a few minutes and I will come back and post. It is just so hard.
Post # 6
WOW You look stunning in all of these dresses! Your body is made to wear wedding dresses!!! I do think that #2 is the best, it is so incredibly flattering and just stunning!
Post # 7
I am really having a tough time deciding. I really love all three!! I feel like number one is classic and the most timeless of the three. I also think I could jazz it up with a really cool birdcage veil. #2 is a bit more sexy and actually one of the first dresses that I tried on. Both my mom and future mother-in-law love this dress and when I first tried it on I really thought it was it, but now I am not so sure. #3 is the only dress of this kind that I tried on. I don’t consider myself a “ruffles” girl. But I really liked this one on me I am just worried it is a bit too much and not as classic as the others…
Thanks for your help with this one!!
Post # 8
- Wedding: September 2011 - Bent Creek Winery (Livermore, California); Reception: Family Residence (San Ramon, California)
This is tough! You look amazing in all three dresses! I think my personal preference is #1, but really, you cannot go wrong with any of them. You are stunning!
Post # 9
I really like 1, pretty, elegant and gorgeous.
Post # 10
I personally don’t like the bottom on number 3. When I see dresses with those fluffy, feathery bottoms, I think it’s trendy now- but something that girls will look back at in 10 years and regret. Number 2 is very flattering on you, but number 1 is my favorite.
Post # 11
I loved the first one. You look lovely in all 3 dresses, but the style / lace / fit was what won it for me 🙂
Post # 12
Ok, I decided. I like #1 the best, but I would like it just slightly more if you were to add a sweetheart neckline and without the shrug. I think that it is the most classic and timeless. I think it would really add to that dress with a mantilla cathedral veil, wow, that would really put that dress over the top and give it that real WOW factor.
Post # 13
I vote #1. I think the “bling” it has is perfect, as it doesn’t overpower the dress. I totally agree w/you, as well – that it’s timeless & would go GREAT w/a birdcage veil. It just has that vintage look that will always be in style, as far as I’m concerned.
#2 was actually my least favorite of the three, but I agree w/PPs that they all look great on you! 🙂
Post # 14
@tksjewelry: Thanks for thinking it over and giving your thoughts. I will have to look up that veil. I’m actually from Omaha. I wanted to have my wedding there…but my fiance (a New Yorker) wasn’t sold on the idea. I still think the Joslyn would have been a great venue!!
Post # 16
@Blissful Bride: WHA!? Your a Huskeer! How awesome is that!? There was just another new yorker transplant that got married back here, the same day I did. She got married at the Durham. I would have loved either! There are just so many pretty places here. Where did you go to school? If you don’t mind me asking.