I am a huge fan of the traditional wedding dress. I really love the idea of walking down the aisle in a poofy white gown that takes people's breathe away. But poofy and princess-like is not the thing for everyone! Some people like to go a bit off the road when it comes to their wedding, and they like to do something different! More and more-I have seen different colors and styles that I never would have imagined to be wedding dresses. (Still, some are sooo cute!) Though I am not ready to start showing off bright red or blue wedding dresses, I will show a bit of a different style I found!
I actually really like this style! I think it's cute, trendy and a completely different look for a wedding. Actually, you can even use these as bridesmaids' dresses. Ooooh, I will have to post a "Wedding Wednesday" about bridesmaid dresses soon, as those are fun!
This style offers a fun, less formal approach to a wedding. Maybe on a beach, or in a park. Either way, I think it would set the tone that you are there to have fun-and there is no need for the formalities people are used to in a wedding. Guests will be able to loosen their tie a bit, and dance the night away!
If, like me, you are not quite ready to give up the poofy wedding gown-this could be the prefect reception party dress. This way you can still have your chance to be formal and have the wedding of your dreams, then you could change it up and have a fun celebration for your reception! I could really go for that idea! There is no point in carrying around 30 pounds of fabric all night-let loose and have fun on your wedding day!
Now, as for this look-this is something more along the lines of a more traditional wedding gown. Strapless long white dress, with some flair! The hint of gold is a great addition, but still keeps the dress formal. I think it is just amazing actually, and could actually see myself wearing this for my wedding. I think you would have to ditch the hat in exchange for a veil though-as fashion forward as it is-I don't think its quite the right feel for "Walking down the Isle"!
Onerary is the designer of these and many more amazing pieces! You can check out her shop or website (not done yet) for more inspirational pieces! I love her tag line on her website "Coming soon with a new perspective". That is exactly what she is putting forward.
Can't wait to see more from her!