Post # 1
Hi everyone, I’m having a Tim Burton themed wedding and were going off most of the elements of the sleepy hollow movie and the Corpse Bride. Our centerpieces are black glitter trees with black feathers at the base, tall candelabras with eggplant colored eucalyptus hanging from the centers and black Barroque style pillar candle holders. I have two dresses, I couldn’t help myself, I love LACE. They are both completely all over lace, the problem is I’m not sure what would go best for the ceremony and which would be best for the reception. Please help a confused bride out. I really appreciate it.
It has all over beaded lace and a black sash.
Picture on top is from David’s Bridal shown with champagne sash, I have the bottom black one. This dress has a full Chapel Train.
Dress #2 This dress is all over lace with rouching on top and waistline is covered in beadwork, the rest of the dress has no beads. Goes into a chapel train also.
Post # 3
I like the first dress for the ceremony, and the second dress for the reception.. the second dress looks to be much lighter (and therefore, easier to move around/dance in). Both are absolutely beautiful!!
Post # 4
I would say think about which dress you want to be seen in the most- the ceremony will be much shorter than the reception obviously.
The second one is lighter, but the first one is so dramatic! Either way you can’t go wrong. 🙂
Sorry that isn’t a straight answer!
Post # 5
I like the one with the black sash for the reception and the more traditional lace one (#2) for the ceremony. Both are very pretty!
Post # 6
In the order you put them 🙂 1st for ceremony, second for reception.
Post # 7
First dress ceremony, 2nd to the reception.
These are both beautiful! Great choices
Post # 8
You can change your dress anytime you feel like.
Post # 9
Thank you all so much for your opinions 🙂 I’m kinda leaning toward the dress#1 for the ceremony, just cause it’s so much poofier than dress #2. I may just wear dress#1 right until before our 1st dance. I really appreciate all the feedback.