Monday, January 21, 2013

Trendy Wedding Reception Dresses for Fashion Brides

For many fashion brides, wedding reception dress is a must-have item in the shopping list. Short or knee hemlines, adorable style, extremely photogenic and easy to wear are key elements of a good reception dress. Here at, we've selected some trendy pieces that can be flattering and eye-catching on a variety of body types. What's more, their lengths make them appropriate for multiple occasions in the wedding.

1. Ruffled Beaded Wedding Reception Dress

The ruffles of this dress are an ever-popular reception dress trend. It features a strapless neckline with a gathered crossover sweetheart bodice. The natural waist is embellished with a beaded accent satin belt that ties at the back, while the bodice sits above a skirt with dramatic layers of ruffles. This wedding gown is a great option for the bride who wants to spend most of the reception shaking it on the dance floor.

2. Convertible Hi-lo Wedding Dress


If you’re in tight budget and looking for a 2 in 1 wedding dress, this should be your fabulous choice! This convertible dress features a sweetheart neckline and a natural waist hi-lo wedding skirt. The inner of the dress is made of satin, while the outer is lace fabric. The detachable tulle skirt makes the dress wearable both for wedding ceremony and reception!

3. Asymmetrical Wedding Reception Dress

Asymmetrical is very trendy and popular this season. We love how this wedding dress extends a fluffy vibes by its tulle layers. It features a sweetheart neckline and asymmetrical length skirt. The inner of the dress is made of satin, while the outer is tulle with beaded lace appliques.

4. Scoop Neckline Wedding Reception Dress

Looking for something a little more traditional? The neckline of this short wedding dress is conservative, but the handmade flowers give off a feminine vibe. It has a cascade of knotted bows in the back. The scoop bodice falls into above the knee pleated skirt.

What Do You Think?

Which is your favorite style? Would you wear a wedding reception dress? Leave a comment below and let us know.

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