Post # 1
- Wedding: February 2015 - Casa Feliz
(Please excuse my weird facial expressions! I’m awkward like that.) So I ordered this online for some engagement photos but when I tried on the dress I immediately fell in love with it. It’s so flowy and comfortable, and I think it looks so romantic and boho. Our wedding has quite a few romantic elements in it, such as poetry, watercolor art decor, a blush, rose gold, and greys palette, lanterns for centerpieces, and my lace, low-back wedding dress (Mori Lee 2605, to be exact). I’m not having second thoughts about my wedding dress or anything, but I do want to somehow incorporate this dress in the wedding…am I being crazy? Do you think it really should get that sort of spotlight? It’s pretty, but I don’t know others will think it’s pretty enough to wear on my wedding day. And I know it comes down to what I think and what I want to wear ultimately, but I’d still like other people’s opinions. We’ve put a lot of effort and money into making this wedding a formal event, and I wouldn’t want to walk out in something that takes away from that. I was thinking of possibly changing into it for the reception, or at least just for some portraits. Please share your honest opinions.<br /><br /><br />
Post # 2
I think it’s a gorgeous dress, I love boho stuff too. But it just doesn’t look formal enough for a wedding, especially if you’ve put so much effort and money into making your event formal. Maybe you could change into it for the reception or wear it for your rehearsal dinner..
Post # 3
- Wedding: February 2015 - Chapel on Base
I also feel it’s too casual for your wedding day. How about brunch the morning after?
Post # 4
Agree that it’s not very formal.
Post # 5
It’s a very pretty dress, but I agree with the pp’s – not formal enough. I would wear it for the rehearsal dinner if you plan one.
Post # 6
lumosplease: Rehearsal dinner! Although, honestly? Even if I hd your smokin bod, I would feel uncomfortable showing so much skin so I would find a cardigan in our wedding colors.
Post # 8
I would wear it for the reception if you want to wear it the day of, but definitely not formal enough for the wedding itself.
Post # 9
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I second the “honeymoon” suggestion. The dress is pretty, but not formal enough.
Post # 10
Wear it for your rehearsal dinner
Post # 11
lumosplease: Very pretty dress! I agree with honeymoon dress! Maybe I’m just being conservative, but it seems like a lot of skin to show at a formal event.
Post # 12
lumosplease: its pretty. and you have an awesome figure. But I wouldn’t wear it during the wedding at all. Rehearsal dinner? Maybe – unless you are having a church ceremony than no because its showing way too much skin.
Personally, I wouldn’t wear it for anything related to the wedding because it shows a lot of skin, but if YOU are comfortable with that, than by all means – rock it. I just couldn’t do it because I am very conservative and I know my mom and Mother-In-Law would have a heart attack lol!
Post # 13
I say wear it for your reception dress!! It’s sexy, you look great in it! Who cares if it’s not ‘formal’? I am having a more casual wedding though so I am biased
Post # 14
I would wear it for honeymoon if you are going somewhere warm and beachy.
Post # 15
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
Honeymoon! It’s too skimpy to wear around family or in pictures in my opinion. I think it would be great for a dinner dress on your honeymoon. Your new hubs will definitely appreciate all the skin showing 😉