Post # 1
OK….I’m very interested to know if there are any other brides out there who are wearing 2 wedding dresses. Not a party dress, but an actual wedding dress with a train. My friends think I’m crazy, but I work in the fashion industry and buying my wedding dress has been the most important part of this whole process(besides marrying the man of my dreams)! I love the dynamic of the two dresses! My ceremony and reception will be on two days, ceremony on sat and reception on sun. For my ceremony I am designing a fusion of a traditional indian dress and a traditional wedding dress. So you can say I’m having 3 dresses, but the first one doesn’t count because I have to wear it ;p. Anyways, I’m planning on wearing both dresses for my reception. I haven’t figured out when I’ll change into the other yet, but I was planning on singing for my fiance, so maybe then….
Here are the dresses, what to you guys think?
Both dresses I’m getting in ivory…
Dress 1-by Lazarro
Dress 2 – by stephen yearick
Post # 3
technically i wore two wedding dresses, one was angelina by maggie sottero the other was davids bridal galina line it was a short dress though.
Post # 4
I kinda wore 3, even though I’m not very fashionable at all. I had one (which my grandmother made and I’ll wear again for other religious activities) for our religious ceremony, one for the pictures and the reception and one (that I bought at a thrift store for $20) for our ttd pictures.
Post # 5
I have 3… My Huge ballgown princess dress for my reception… which from experiences at other weddings my fiance hates! BUT its what ive always dreamed of walking down the aisle in!
He loves my curves and wants me to choose a fit to flare so that I will wear for my reception…after the first dance/father daughter dance (still unsure how to sneak away for the change) then I have a 3rd dress for the trash the dress photo shoot the next day!
HEY we are only getting married once! Make your dreams come true!
Post # 6
That second dress is stunning! Wow!
Post # 7
Woo, your gown choices are spot-on! I adore Lazaro, and the ruffles on that ball gown are the stuff of dreams. The beaded lace Yearick looks similar to the elaborate beading I see on formal cultural dresses, so I love that you chose that. Your traditional Indian/occidental ceremony gown also sounds amazing (love the culture-blending).
And I’m so glad you had a 4-dress option. I plan on wearing 4-5 (2 are cultural), so I’m not going to count those either and say I’ll be a 3 dress bride. 😛