Spectacular Wedding Dresses for a Day You’ll Never Forget

Your big day has finally arrived – or at the very least, it’s on its way. The day has been selected, the venue has been booked, the invitations have been sent and the caterer chosen. Now, it’s time for the biggest wedding activity of all – selecting the perfect dress!

Your wedding dress…how long have you been dreaming about this day? When you’d let yourself in to Monique Lhuillier or Vera Wang, into the doors of David’s Bridal, to try on a frothy confection fit for a queen? This wedding has been a long time coming, and you’ve been planning your dress for as long as you can remember.

Some girls don’t dream of their wedding day, but you’re not that type of girl. You’ve been waiting for this day forever; as a child, you played dress up in your mother’s wedding gown in your attic with friends and siblings alike. You’ve tried on gowns with high school acquaintances and college soul mates, but there’s never been a time like this – a time where it’s the real thing. When you’ll be buying the dress in which you’ll walk down the aisle. It’s a big deal, that’s for sure – but there are plenty of spectacular wedding dresses out there, guaranteed to help you look great for a day you’ll never forget.

If you’re looking for an absolute show-stopper, look no further than the Vera Wang organza fit and flare gown with a bias flange skirt. Layer upon layer of beautiful organza adorns this incredible gown. This incredible dress is designed with hand-cut bias organza so that each gown boasts a unique, organic look. The flange detail, which you won’t find on just any dress, is dramatic and modern, while the architectural quality of the skirt is balanced by a beautifully draped and shaped straplessFairy dress bodice. This dress features a modern cathedral-length train and is available in ivory or blush. For the more traditional bride, ivory is the way to go, but for the modern gal who isn’t afraid to stand out, consider this gown in blush – a beautiful dress fit for a queen.

If strapless isn’t your style, consider a V neck ball gown with a fully draped skirt. For some women, V neck styles are simply more flattering, and this gown certainly does a variety of figures some favors. A beautiful ball gown with a V neck bodice and a fully draped skirt, this dress features layer upon layer of hand-cut bias organza flanges and swirls of tulle. It’s fit for a fairy tale princess, thanks to a softly-draped neckline and a princess-seam bodice. The hand-tacked floral motif design on the skirt means no two gowns are alike, and this dress is easily dr



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