Post # 16
The middle one looks like something Audrey Hepburn wouod wear. I can see why tea lengths are becoming more popukar. They have the same poof and elegance of a ball gown or a-line, but shorter, cooler, and easier to move in. Not to mention the vintage vibe it gives off.
Post # 17
Don’t have regret! You picked the dress you did for a reason, OVER the Aisle be there one. The lace is GORGEOUS on the Guilded dress… and once you poof it out it will be beautiful.
And I completely agree with you about HOT in Vegas. I haven’t been there but 100+ degrees in August is not what I want in a full length dress. But my Fiance has to sons, 13 and 11 and he wants them there so summer is really the only time we can arrange it.
Post # 18
OMG, that dress is to die for!
Post # 19
What clever styling with the additon of the orange petticoats. Looks really fun and vibrant.
Post # 20
I love your choice and I think when you accessorize it and add a bouquet it becomes bridal. Long doesn’t have to equate with bridal.
Post # 21
I’m wearing the gilded grace dress! No pics but I’m so excited to wear it 🙂 It is poofier than I expected so you may not even need much of a petticoat.
Post # 22
I LOVE your Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses. Where did you get those?
Post # 23
I have been debating this, but I feel that I would want some poof. I found some petticoats on Amazon. I read reviews on ModCloth wear people said the dress can stick to to their legs. I think a petticoat would help with that. I just got an email saying that the shipped my dress, I maybpost a pic here once I get it.
Post # 24
Me too. Better than my own dress, in fact. They are from Tatyana, though they’re elsewhere as well. It’s called an Alika circle dress and comes in a few other colors as well. Incidentally, when I showed my mom what I’d picked out, she gave me side eye – until she saw them on my girls :o)