Fashion Posts for Wedding Dresses

Wedding Dress Fashion Trends 2020

Posted: 11th September 2020

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How To Decide On A Wedding Dress

How To Decide On A Wedding Dress

Posted: 10th September 2020

You’ll go through a period of looking at a dress after a beautiful dress while planning a wedding. With so many nice options out there, you could be wondering which dress is right for you. Before you settle on a dress you’re not entirely sure about, remember certain aspects that might make the decision-making process even clearer. Season When settling on a wedding dress this is the first thing to remember. A lightweight dress that highlights your feminine figure will give you a feeling of effortless elegance when your wedding is held in the summer. Scroll down to learn about some common fabrics in wedding dresses. Location If you get married at a worship house you are supposed to dress modestly without baring too much skin. On the other hand, at a beach wedding, a long-sleeve dress with a train to the cathedral would not do well. Style of Wedding Will it be done outside or inside? Will it be a dinner, casual or grand? Questions like these play a role in deciding which type of dress you can wear. It’s your wedding day and you’re free to wear whatever you want, but we’re sure you agree that a glamorous ball gown isn’t going to fit in an intimate wedding al fresco. .....

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A Guide for Choosing Alternative Wedding Dresses

A Guide for Choosing Alternative Wedding Dresses

Posted: 21st October 2019

It’s the moment you’ve been dreaming of. The man of your dreams has finally popped the question – congratulations! Now you’re sporting a gorgeous engagement ring, and it’s time to plan the wedding. After choosing a vision for the big day, you’ve chosen a venue. Now it’s time for possibly the most fun and fabulous of all your wedding planning decisions. it’s time to say yes to the perfect dress. But which dress to choose? For the past few decades, wedding dresses have had a similar look and feel. The fabric is a heavy formal fabric. They are usually in a traditional silhouette. Traditional wedding dresses also usually consist of the following characteristics. They are white, simple, floor-length, and are quite often a ballgown or mermaid shape strapless dress. But what if the traditional look simply isn’t your style? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Jovani has plenty of stunning styles that have traditional elements. However, we also specialize in designing unique, stunning, and out of the box styles. These are perfect for a bride seeking an alternative wedding dress. We want to make sure every bride finds ‘the one’ for her special day. A design that suits her personality and makes her feel special and unique. .....

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How to Choose a Non-Traditional, Alternative Wedding Dress

How to Choose a Non-Traditional, Alternative Wedding Dress

Posted: 16th October 2019

Weddings are no longer a cookie-cutter style that every woman simply repeats. These days, the type of wedding you pick is completely adaptable to your personality, lifestyle, taste, budget, etc. There is no wrong or right way to say ‘I Do’, only what fits you best! One of the biggest bridal trends in recent years is a move away from the full-on formal wedding. These are typically expensive, over-fussy and can even lack intimacy. More brides want to design a customized wedding that is more personal, original and memorable. This means crafting a unique experience for the wedding guest which can extend to the location or destination, type of food, and facilities available. The wedding itself may be scheduled differently to suit the couple or without the traditional timetable. As well as a change in how weddings are happening, the whole world of bridal fashion is evolving to better cater to these modern brides who want to stand out. Not every woman wants a big puffy white wedding dress and sometimes an alternative non-traditional dress makes much more sense. For example, if you plan to tie the knot at your local town hall, wearing a formal gown doesn’t quite fit. .....

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Wedding Dresses Through History

Wedding Dresses Through History

Posted: 13th October 2019

Wedding dresses were always something more than just the bride’s clothing on her wedding day. In the past, the wedding gown represented the social status of the marrying couple. Today, the bride-to-be’s dress is a reflection of her preferences and personality. Over the centuries bridal fashion changed in various ways. What remained unchanged is that wedding dresses are still the most important and discussed part of weddings. What a bride decides to wear can set the tone and style of the wedding itself. It also shows off her own taste and fashion sense. The wedding dress is the message Let’s start our journey across the history of bridal fashion with the times when wedding dresses were a show of status. In the past, wedding ceremonies used to be based on politics and social climbing rather than love. The dress of the bride-to-be was a direct relation to her family’s social standing and wealth. Brides from prosperous families would wear bridal dresses made of bold colors. These gowns had layers of rich furs, velvets, and silks. The brides who were not as wealthy would wear their best church clothes as wedding dresses. Where did all this white come from? White was not used for wedding ceremonies up until the Victorian era. .....

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