Monday, May 13, 2013

Fairy Tale Bridal Fashion: Ball Gown Wedding Dresses


Is there anything more classic and formal than wearing a pretty ball gown wedding dress on your big day? Featuring a fitted bodice attached or non-attached to a full skirt that can be of full length or tea length, this fairy tale style is a nod to the popular trend. So for today's post, we'll be showing you some strut-worthy ball gown wedding dresses. Looking to get inspired? Keep reading!

Tulle Ball Gown Wedding Dress


There are many fabrics to be used with this style, not to mention the lace work on the bodice but also the tulle layers that can adorn the full structure of the skirt. Take this ball gown wedding dress for example, it is made of tulle, featuring one shoulder neckline and fitted bodice. The shoulder strap and side waist are decorated with handmade flowers.


This tulle wedding gown has a strapless sweetheart bodice which is decorated with delicately beading and lace appliques, while the waistband is accented with a bow. The full A-line ball skirt has been caught up.

Satin Ball Gown Wedding Dress


If you’re a little nervous about rocking puffy tulles, you could always try to find a dress made by other fabrics like satin or taffeta. These fabrics may create a look in a more modest way, since they have glossier surface and softer feature than the fluffy organza and tulles.

Pick-up Ball Gown Wedding Dress


More than the fabric, the structure of ball gown bridal dress pairs very well with the choice of a pick-up style skirt. This satin gown features strapless sweetheart neckline, fiited bodice and pick-up skirt. The embroidery decorates the bodice and the skirt.

Ball Gown Wedding Dress with Layers


Beadings accentuate the bodice, this bridal gown features a pleated taffeta skirt with tiered layers of taffeta and floral details on the side of the skirt.

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What Do You Think?

What do you think of these ball gown wedding dresses? Which one is your favorite? Be sure to leave a comment and let us know!

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