Post # 32
Oleg Cassini CRL 277. He desgined for Jackie O during her years in the white house and Marilyn Monroe. He was engaged to Grace Kelly and also designed a lot of her clothes.
My wedding is a valentines affair in a beautiful revived church hall so I wanted something very romantic, timeless and classic. This dress gave me everything I was looking for and came within my budget of 1000 dollars, at 900. I also plan on getting the veil.
I’d love to see pictures of your venue!
Post # 33
@tuscanbride: Wow, I would have never guessed you’re 5’2 from that picture! That’s a beautiful dress, and it looks great on you! Who makes it?
Post # 34
Mine is Monique Lhuillier’s clementine.
Post # 36
I picked my Enzoani dress because I felt it was really romantic. My mother, sister, and future mother-in-law all agreed. I think removing the beading and adding the sash will make it even more romantic.
Post # 37
I think my dress is pretty timeless: LA SPOSA DETALLE
Post # 38
Our ceremony was in an art museum, and I wore a classic a-line.
Post # 39
Mine is a Pronovias gown. I think it is classic and elegant.
Post # 40
Mine is the Watters Lasara and I think that it is classic and romantic while still being fun!
Post # 41
@HappyCrickets: I love all the detail work on your dress !
Post # 42
I’ll be getting married in the Pronovias Almagro – I just love the timeless look of it!
My Fiance and I almost went for a museum wedding but decided on an old library wedding instead, not much difference there! Have fun with the wedding dress search, I’m sure you’ll find the dress of your dreams soon enough!
Post # 43
There are some really gorgeous dresses here! A museum wedding was a close runner up idea for us, but we couldn’t afford it in the end. I’m only 5’3″ish and wore a ball gown. Granted my chest is pretty wide (38″ with boobs), and it helped that it was a drop waist, but it surprisingly balanced out my wider upper body and narrowed my waist pretty well. So don’t write off ball gowns without trying on a few! They’ll always be timeless. Mine had embroidery and beading on it that doesn’t show well in the photo. It’s from the Jasmine Couture line. They’re relatively affordable and a great value for the money. And there are always things you can do to spice up plainer dresses: sashes, belts, blingy jewelry, fancier veils/headpieces, boleros etc. Good luck hunting!
Post # 44
I think ball gowns are always timeless. Here’s my Pronovias Mito!
Post # 46
I absolutely loved my tiered dress! Can you tell? Very pic heavy, but wanted to show different angles, bustled and unbustled!