Post # 1
So I’m having a traditional Catholic wedding at 1:30 followed by a black tie optional event at 6 p.m.
I initially thought of having two dresses, but am now thinking I’ll keep the same dress and accessorize differently. For the ceremony, I’ll have a chapel length veil, and probably wrist-length gloves (either sheer or netted, depending on my dress), with my hair up. For the reception, hair will be down and I’ll wear some big chandelier earings and a nice bracelet, etc.
Which dress should I choose?
or Number 2?
Number 2 is more slimming for my body type, but I like the way Number 1 looks as well. (I’ve tried both on).
Post # 4
#2 all the way. It’s beautiful, and I think it’s more appropriate for a church wedding. #1 is a little beachy.
Post # 6
#2 is stunning. romantic and soft. way more appropriate for a black tie optional wedding. #1 is too simple for something like that.
Post # 7
Number two has a lot more personality!
Post # 8
#1 is beautiful, but I think number two is more appropriate for a catholic wedding.
Post # 11
- Wedding: October 2018 - Auberge du Soleil
I’m with the hive on this one – #2!
Post # 14
#2!! It’s so striking, and more appropriate to the type of wedding you’re describing. #1 is a little casual, I think.
Post # 15
#2….#1 looks like a slip or lingerie – not a wedding gown.
Post # 16
2, it will be so pretty in a catholic wedding!