When it comes to wedding and your wedding dress, we tend to focus more on the details than the bigger picture. From the flowers to catering, from the colors of some decorations to the material of the silverware. Yes all that, which is also important indeed. However if we want our wedding to be unique and to etch the event in the memories of ourselves and our wedding guests, we will need to start talking about awesome parties and unique themes, what pops to my mind is: the 1920’s and Gatsby style.
First Ceremony then Dance Shoes
Before the crazy dance shoes start hitting the floor during the reception, we need to focus on the romantic ceremony which many tends to forget. If you are like me and can’t get enough of the idea of a rich, lavish and remarkable wedding ceremony like in the early twenties, then it all starts with the dress.
Here is an inspiration showing a wedding dress that perfect for your big day!
The lace brings this elegant, but still lavish, style and an air of “je ne sais quoi”. Cathedral train length to show class and of course to make your guests swoon. The sheer high neckline of the dress is a result of beautiful modesty. Everything here reminds us the twenties but in a modern way: transparence, lightness, shape-hugging and sleeveless.
Made for Everyone, Anytime
With the mermaid silhouette, your curves will be visible and for those who thinks “I don’t have any curves”, I can without doubt answer: “Yes, you have!” The dress is specially designed to enhance them. The dress also has a built-in-bra and is form hugging which works as a corset, so you are all set without the need of additional accessories.
The fabric is neither too light nor too heavy, so it is perfect to wear for all seasons. Nevertheless, if you are in a cold environment and celebrating your wedding outside during a romantic winter wedding, you will be amazed how easy it is to stay warm by just wearing a matching fur wrap while still showcasing the gorgeous neckline.
In addition to the veil, you can also add a tiara, long white gloves and let’s not forget the dance shoes for the reception to reflect more towards the twenty-ish style.
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