Post # 1
Let’s be honest, a lot of wedding dresses are fairly similar once you’ve chosen your colour, shape and fabric, but what I want to know is which one aspect made you go weak at the knees and decide it was ‘the one’ rather than choosing one of the other 17 same shape and fabric ones you tried??
I love the back of mine, especially the shape made by the corset and sleeves (although I think the pockets are my favourite bit, but as I had them put in after I bought it I can’t really claim they helped in the decision making process).
Post # 2
Your dress is beautiful…the lace sleeves are my favorite part 🙂
For my dress, I loved the silouette it gave me. The sexy and sweetness at the same time! It was fitted lace with the soft tulle overlay which just seemed dreamy to me.
Post # 3
I loved my dress because I wanted lace, but the saleswoman showed me my dress and I was skeptical at first but when I put it on it just sparkled and had the illusion of lace! beading from top to bottom. I never saw anything like it. I just had to have it. I never thought I would buy a fit n flare bc I thought so poorly of myself but this dress made me feel like for once in my life, I had zero flaws. It was such an amazing feeling.
Post # 4
Although the stripes are wow, my fav part is really the vertical ruffles combined with the stripes and the volume of the skirt. I loved the way it moved!
Post # 5
I loved my dress because it was completely backless and all lace, and that’s exactly what I had envisioned for myself!
Katie May’s Poipu:
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2017 - Baton Rouge, LA
i bought my dress 8 months ago & im still IN LOVE and obsessed with it!!! I love the BAM tulle skirt, but the beading design is def my favorite part 🙂
Post # 7
I don’t know that my dress had any WOW factor, but I wanted a tea length, 1950, vintage feel. I think I got it……
Post # 9
I loved that it was v-neck and had lace incoporated with it. I also really liked the back, as it was covered – which was what I was also looking for.
Post # 10
I love the back of my dress. I have never seen a dress that included both a keyhole back and a corset, but I think the combination makes it really cool and unique.
Post # 11
love the tulle overlay on your dress! So floaty!
such a gorgeous dress. Unique but still very bridal! 🙂
I loved the ruffled train on my dress – but more specifically I loved how the ruffles were vertical rather than horizontal, and the way they started lower down the skirt giving a very floaty feel.
Copyright Ditch Green:
Post # 12
love the back of your dress! 🙂
Post # 14
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
I loved that it gave me a waist!! It was totally not the look I thought I would go for, but BAM! Also, I loved the tiers. I love this picture of me dancing with my dad, because when he spun me they went crazy!
Post # 15
i think the most “wow” part of my dress is the hanging beaded collar in the back, so unique and different.. But my favorite part is the bow!