Post # 1
I have posted one of these before, but now I am torn between another dress. We are having a low key wedding. Garden ceremony, backyard reception. But I still want my dress to feel special. Like something that could only be a wedding dress.
Dress 2. I think I would get a more plain white fabric. But the flowers are pretty also.
Dress #1 is two times as expensive as #2.
I am very fortunate in the figure department. I am tall and slender with an hourglass figure.
Post # 3
Love em both… so I haven’t voted yet
Would love to see the back of # 1
The bodice details in # 1 are more Wedding like
The fabric in # 2 and the back are also.
So I am wanting to see more…
Post # 4
@freshflowers: If you want it to look like it could only be a wedding dress, I would go with the first dress. Although I don’t think that’s achievable if you’re doing a short dress.
Post # 5
The first one looks more wedding-y than the second to me.
Post # 6
i love the first dress. what a classic look.
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2014 - Hired hall
Both dresses are gorgeous but I absolutely love the first one, it looks so classic and unmistakeably wedding-y to me
Post # 8
@This Time Round:
I just added a back picture of the first one. The back is the thing that I love the most about the second dress. I am not in. love. with the back of the first dress
Post # 9
Definitely the first dress
Post # 10
Thanks for the UPDATE & Additional Photo
To be 100% honest, they both say Wedding to me.
(Forget about the person who said a WDress had to be long… uh, no. Tea-length Dresses are PERFECT for a Garden Wedding & Reception)
So I think you’d be fine with either one… looks like you are leaning towards # 2 yourself.
The one thing I’m now having a hard time seeing is the fabric details for # 1
Is it entirely Eyelet Lace, or are the details just around the bottom of the skirt itself ?
Post # 11
@freshflowers: I loooove the first dress! And I think it will be beautiful in a garden!
Post # 12
I loooooooove the first one. Really sweet looking, perfect for garden wedding!
Post # 13
@This Time Round:
The whole thing is eyelet lace. It fades into more intricate eyelet lace towards the skirt. The first dress is twice the prcie of the second. Other than that I am genuinely torn!!
Post # 14
@freshflowers: They are both so freaking adorable I could eat them up. So sweet for a garden wedding. But I voted #1 because, man, the eyelet egding on the bottom of that skirt just did me in.
Post # 15
The first one is soooo pretty, and I feel like it would be more flattering on more body shapes.
Post # 16
Thanks for the further info / Update…
Ok curiosity got the better of me, and I went off looking for more info c/o French Knot Couture… and now that I’ve seen them both in more detail (including this close-up photo of the bodice)
I too am going to VOTE for DRESS # 1
It is really GORGEOUS and perfect for a Summer Garden Wedding & Reception.