(Closed) Cowgirl Wedding Dress.

posted 7 years ago in Dress
Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

 

I think this would be cute with cowboy boots… of course, I’m biased, because I own it.

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@mandi.pitt: I should know that another TN lady would click this thread!!

We are having a slightly country wedding too, and I think any dress can go great with a country theme if it is the right color and has the right details. In other words: Not pure white, and with little touches that make it down-to-earth and unique.

You want to be careful not to be too cowgirl-like, because then you will feel like you are in a costume.

Right now I am in LOVE with Lea Ann Belter’s Avery dress: http://www.lea-annbelter.com/2009_collection_avery.php It has the most amazing little pleats on it and the lace is pretty but not opulent. I think, in ivory and blush, it will look gorgeous in our rustic, classic, but modern barn wedding. (now to just get the $2,680 it costs!! yeesh!)

This is another dress I am in love with. It is actually a prom/pageant dress but I just think of it as “expensive prom/inexpensive wedding.” The brown-tan colored flower detail make it a little more down-to-earth than it would be without them. http://www.signaturesformal.com/detail.php?ProdId=2945512&CatId=42047&thisOffset=0&resPos=9&pSort=#subtitle

There is also the option of taking it back in time and wearing something you could picture a woman in the “old west” wearing for her wedding, and I think this really comes down to neckline… Something with cap sleeves and lace.

Oh hey! Check out what I just found… http://mycowboyshop.com/wedding-attire.php

 

Who knows, I could be TOTALLY off the mark, but I hope some of this helps. 🙂

Post # 9
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

rustic-country-wedding-inspiration-board

Post # 10
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@7SEVENJ9: Beautiful! Exactly the kind of image I was picturing for this poster 🙂

We’re doing rustic, too, but in a church and church reception hall, not in a barn or outside (which is what I wanted at first – at least for the reception!) We’re just incorporating simple flowers, mason jars, candles, rustic elements, trees, bbq at the reception, meat-and-three rehearsal dinner, etc. My dress is a simple a-line with a small train, corset back, off-the shoulder straps and ruching at the waist. 🙂

Post # 11
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

I do agree that lace, none beading, more simple gowns will look the best when rocking the boots.

My dress wasn’t “country” but I think my cowboy boots totally worked!

Post # 13
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

So excited to see this thread!! We’re getting married this October with our ceremony on the front lawn of an old farmhouse and the reception in the barn. Here’s the dress I just picked out on Saturday. Definitely wanted something simple yet fun….and yes, all of the girls will be wearing boots with their dresses. Can’t wait to see more of your planning!

Post # 14
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2012 - woods

this is mine and our country wedding is in a field/ barn in august! The embroderiy looks like a red bandanna pattern that matches a red bandana pattern on my boots

Post # 15
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

We are having a country wedding too, but I didn’t want to sacrifice my wow moment so I went for a ruffled ball gown that I just love!!

girls are wearing brown sundresses, guys are wearing jeans, white shirts, vests, and boots of course! BBQ and Lemonade, Horseshoes and Mason jars! 

Have fun planning your big day!!

Post # 16
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2012 - woods

mrskeysar… i love that your dress looks like the picture on the wall behind you!!!Cool

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