Post # 1
I need help deciding which crinoline to use under my ball gown style wedding dress. This is my wedding dress.Should I use a very full ballgown style slip or a Full Ball gown style? I need some suggestions please.
http://www.davidsbridal.com/Product_Full-Bridal-Ball-Gown-Slip-795_Accessories-Lingerie-Slips <– full ball gown
http://www.davidsbridal.com/Product_Very-Full-Bridal-Ball-Gown-Slip-2031WHITE_Accessories-Lingerie-Slips <– Very full slip
Post # 3
Do you have any pictures of your dress with either of these crinolines? Also, is there a crinoline of some type in the picture you have? It’s hard to judge which would look better without seeing them under the dress. They may let you try them on under the dress, if you bring your dress into the store!
Post # 4
I would wear the very fullest one, but I strongly suggest that you try the one(s) you are considering on with the dress prior to buying if at all possible. I am wearing a ballgown with the fullest slip I could find. I was originally going to get one similar to the ones you have linked to, but they weren’t enough. My gown is very heavy with all the layers it has and the original ones that I was shown and tried on were too wimpy(for lack of a better word) for my gown. I don’t know who the crinoline that I got is made by because I got it from the salon, so it doesn’t have a label, but it is huge and holds up my skirts really well.
Post # 5
I forgot to tell you, but want to let you know:
You look wonderful in your gown
Post # 6
Thanks everyone! The crinoline under it now is the actual fabric under it. I do not have a crinoline under it. I can not completely decide if it needs one, though good suggestion see if the Bridal Store will let me try it on under the dress. Also love the idea of getting the fullest one I can find. I can’t believe I am wearing such a big poofy dress, but hey its one time that I get to. 🙂
Noritake-thanks for the compliment.