Post # 1
I have picked out my dress and everything and I am absolutely in love with the cathedral (closer to chapel length than a full Diana) however…my train is not to long but just long enough where I feel like visually the two hem lines compete with eachother in the back. So now my question is should I keep my dress bustled the whole time (even during our full mass catholic ceremony) and just have my veil act as my train or should I have the train down for the ceremony at least. Here are some pictures to make things a little easier to visualize.
Post # 3
I wouldnt bustle it for the ceremony. Show off that train!
Post # 4
Don’t bustle for the ceremony. Love the purple sash.
Post # 5
@BeeBiscuit: Thank you I made it myself
Post # 6
I wouldn’t bustle it i think it will look better left unbustled.
Do you have a pic of it unbustled?
Post # 7
Lovvvve your veil! I personally do not like it bustled. Please don’t take offense, but to me it looks like how when girls get their dress caught in their underwear in the back and don’t realize it lol. Beautiful dress though!
Post # 8
@miller_party_of_2: I agree with PP, leave that train on for the ceremony!! 🙂 It will look so gorgeous in pictures! 🙂
Post # 9
No bustle for ceremony! Gorgeous dress!
Post # 10
Don’t bustle for the ceremony bc your dress hem is plain and the lace trim on the veil compliments the hem, rather than competes with it!
I think it’ll look fabulous, like this:
I think the bustled dress looks too abbreviated for your ceremony (much better suited for the reception).
Post # 11
no bustle for ceremony, but bustle for reception