Post # 1
I’ve just been a little self-conscious, thinking maybe my dress is too formal for the venue we’ve decided on. The dress I ordered in this style is too small, so at this point it needs to either be exchanged or a corset back needs to be put in. So, while exchanging is still an option I just want to make sure I won’t look out of place! 🙂
And these are some pictures from the venue:
Pics from: http://www.arrowandapple.com/blog/tag/titlow-lodge
Pics from: http://www.ever-ours.com/2012/01/real-wedding-at-tacomas-titlow-lodge.html
Post # 3
Its a wedding. Wear what you want.
Post # 4
I don’t think the dress you have is too formal, it looks great!
Post # 5
The bride can NEVER be overdressed. Your dress is beautiful, so if you love it, wear it.
Post # 6
i don’t think it’s too formal for that venue at all. it’s perfect.
Post # 7
Definitely not! That venue is gorgeous and so is your dress. Go for it!
Post # 8
@VAwife: Thanks:D The consultant at DB told me the same thing.. but she was out to sell stuff so I wasn’t sure if that was true or not! Quite honestly, I haven’t been to a ton of weddings so I’m just not sure.
Thanks bees! 🙂
Post # 9
I don’t think it’s too formal, I think it’s beautiful and will look great at the venue!
Post # 10
it’s your wedding you’re not supposed to be too casual! It’s beautiful and it will be even better with a corset back because it will hug your curves more
Post # 11
No! If you love it; wear it!
Post # 12
NOOOO I accidentally voted yes when I meant no! Its not too formal. Its perfect 🙂
Post # 13
You look amazing, and that dress will look amazing at your venue. Don’t sweat it – wear what you want! No one is going to think you are overdressed. 🙂
Post # 14
It looks beautiful on you. Keep it.
Post # 16
I think you’re all good! And while I do genuinely think that if you’re the one getting married, you can’t possibly be overdressed, I did try on a few things that would have been too formal for the casual wedding I’m having- and at least one consultant, also at DB, agreed it would be too formal. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I do think there can be a jarring clash of formality levels between dress and venue, and you are definitely not hitting that!