Post # 1
My partner and I are having a very low key City Hall Wedding followed by a restaurant dinner afterwards. There will only be around 7 guests.
Is this dress bridal enough? The black belt comes off and I plan to replace with a beaded sash. I’ll be curling my hair with flowers in it and obviously have a traditional flower bouquet.
Fiance has made it clear he’s marrying me, not a dress, but will this be appropriate?
Post # 2
It is a super cute dress, you will look perfect. A little birdcage veil would polish off the look
Post # 3
- Wedding: May 2015 - St Peter\'s Church, East Maitland, and Bella Vista, Newcastle
I think it’s gorgeous and you will look every inch a bride!
Post # 4
This dress is perfect, particularly with a beaded sash.
Honestly- whatever dress a bride is wearing is “bridal enough” in my book, but this one would pass muster for even much more traditional people I think.
Post # 5
It’s gorgeous! Girly yet elegant. Perfect for a city hall wedding. I think it’s perfectly bridal enough.
Post # 7
Thanks bees! I thought it was pretty bridal but I just wanted to check since it’s from a high street shop and was listed as a summer dress! 😀
Post # 8
Very pretty and yes its bridal enough.
Post # 9
it looks perfect for what you want, not super formal but still definitely has enough elements of the ‘traditional’ bridal dress. congrats on finding your dress! 🙂
Post # 10
Yes. That dress can make a lovely bride even lovlier.
Post # 11
Yes, it’s gorgeous. very chic
Post # 13
I like it. Since its a city hall wedding, I think its perfect.
Post # 14
Perfect! And I 2nd the birdcage veil!
Post # 15
I love love love it! The only thing I would change it the belt- it’s hard to tell from the pic but the front view looks like a leather belt which doesn’t quite match the femininity of the dress in my opinion. I would try swapping it out with another color ribbon or belt, even a pop of color would be fun.