dress where she will try on a gown that is just “too big,” “too heavy” or “too fancy” but she loves it! Today, brides are fulfilling the best of both worlds by buying two dresses – a bridal gown for your ceremony and a wedding dress for your reception! Most brides will find their ceremony dress first – let’s be serious, layers of tulle and sparkle have never been a problem for you. Therefore I thought it would be helpful to provide some tips on how to select your second dress:
Is it too short? Is it too young? These are the most FAQs when a bride is looking for her second dress. My answer is yes, be careful on length and necklines! This dress stood out to me because it is a great length, especially for you tall brides, with the perfect amount of flair!
I can’t help but love this dress. The brilliant Sue Wong applied ostrich feathers and crystals to create the ultimate reception dress. The empire waist is flattering and comfortable so you will be able to boogie down! When else will you have a chance to wear something like this!
Some brides incorporate their heritage into their second dress. You can do this in its entirety by wearing a traditional garb or you could incorporate colors, beadwork or jewelry into a dress of your choice. This dress has beautiful beaded details with a traditional silhouette.