Post # 1
As much as I love a beautiful wedding dress from the front…the main reason I fell in love with my dress…was the back…OHHHH that train…I always wanted buttons…or so I thought!
I’ll show you mine…if you show me yours
This was my first fitting so please disreguard the wrinkles
Post # 2
Sarah415: I’m confused, is that the same dress?
Here’s mine! I’m a button girl, and the LACE on the train just put me over the top! I love the little bit of a “sweetheart” in the back also.
Post # 3
BurlapnLace: so PRETTY!! I love the detail AND BUTTONS!!!
It is the same dress…the train and then how it’ll look bustled which I still love!
Post # 5
When I first purchased the dress. Train down. At alterations with train bustled.
Post # 6
BurlapnLace: Your gown is absolutely stunning! Who is the designer??
Post # 7
HersheysKisses: It’s an Oleg Cassini from DB. I’m obsessed!!!
Post # 8
- Wedding: October 2014 - Disney
I am having buttons done down my back but the train is what I love the most svoroski crystals!
Post # 11
Here is mine, although I’ll apologize up front for the additional pic of the bust area (ha!). I do plan on taking away the drapery though, so it’ll just be the lace back.
Post # 13
Loved my v-neck back, but man was it hard trying to avoid farmers tan lines that summer! So glad I can farmers tan it up now =)
Post # 14
- Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI
I love the lace on the back of my dress on the top and the train looked very light and flowy in person.
Post # 15
- Wedding: September 2014 - Waldorf Astoria, Chicago
Here’s the back of my reception dress 🙂 I need to make the decision about cutting off the train at my next fittin on 7/12 and it gives me anxiety. The different bustle options look awful, and this is only my party dress, but getting rid of that train makes me sad!