Post # 1
I’ve been to more than a few weddings where the bride looked like she had been stuffed in a dupioni (or polyester!) monstrosity and forced to act as a mannequin for the entire day/evening. It seems like many dress designs force a bride to appear that way, without a skirt for dancing or movement. I LOVE to dance, and I want to dance all evening at my wedding. Has anyone selected their dress specifically around the idea that they’ll be dancing… if so post pictures! I need ideas, here.
Post # 3
I did … but I am not posting any pictures until after the wedding … or maybe during jk. Lol.
I LOVE that I can actually walk and move and will be able to dance in my dress. I had it custom made and it is just really my dream dress.
Post # 4
I have a separate reception dress — I love this dress but felt it was a little slinky for the ceremony. I needed something cooler and easier to move around in.
Post # 5
My dress was sort of comfy when trying it on, but after wearing it for hours, the corest was crushing my ribs :p I could barely eat (no where for the food to go!) and then could barely move (luckily we didnt have dancing!). I recommend maybe getting the wedding dress of your dreams and getting a 2nd dress if you could afford it. Otherwise, maybe a dress made of Chiffon or something flowy would work.
Post # 6
try most destination type gowns. mine’s from nicole miller – no corset, empire waist (we joked during the shopping trip that i could sit cross legged if i wanted to), chiffon and flowy. i can twirl in it since there’s no train either – just 4 layers of silk and silk chiffon. 🙂
Post # 7
Here is my reception dress only mine is being altered to above the knee…Party dress!
Post # 8
@ Glamourbride17 – I LOVE your reception dress, it is so perfect to dance the night away, nice & loose! Where did you find it? I would love to get something similar to this.
Post # 9
@disneybriide- Glamourbride’s dress is from Nordstrom… gorgeous isn’t it?? I’m considering this dress too for my reception!