Classic, elegant, and stylish: A ball gown wedding dress is just the thing to turn a wedding into a fairytale dream come true. A chiffon wedding dress that gracefully kisses the floor catches every eye during the ceremony, making it clear who is the princess in the room. Whether you are inspired by the sweeping romance of European tales or the heartfelt animation of modern day fairytales, these five dresses can help you fulfill any wish your heart makes.
It is the sleek, smooth mark of royalty. A satin ball gown bridal gown can make your special day all the more lovely. This white gown features a classy, high neck with a lace panel decorated with swirls of wispy fabric and beads for contrast and texture. The sweetheart dress is designed with an A-line, spanning out at the hips for a delicate touch to the floor. Smooth beads line the back of the dress, trailing from the neckline all the way to the bottom of the dress in a simple yet elegant linear design. At $1,990.00, Style #799 is the kind of dress that is reserved for happily ever after.
A dash of tulle is all it takes. Win every heart in the room with these designs that feature tulle as a main component. Style #1111 is a ball gown wedding dress that features tiny straps, chiffon and tulle to the floor and an open back. The sweetheart design also features a slimming ribbon across the waistline adorned with a rhinestone design and a soft bow below delicate beads in the back. The dress is in the $500 to $1000 range. Style #1108 appears as if it was whisked off the set of Once Upon a Time. With its layers of sweeping tulle and organza, plunging v-neckline and intricately patterned bodice, the only thing that could complete it is a pair of glass slippers. Its range is over $2000.
A Little Bit of Lace
These two styles feature the lovely lacework you might find in a story filled with singing cutlery or fairy godmothers. Style #829 is a ball gown wedding dress with English net. It is a Mori Lee sweetheart with a creamy color fit for a princess. Lace edges up from the tips of the hemline toward the waist, with a similar effect patterned from the bodice down. Pearl buttons line the back of the strapless gown ranging from $1500 to $2000. Style #725 features wide straps with sheer, scalloped lace, a slimming bodice encased with gems and lace, and a long, floor-sweeping skirt. The v-neck design is part of the fit and flare line. Another Mori Lee creation, it ranges from $1500 to $2000.
Making a dream wedding a real life fairytale is as easy as wishing on a star with the perfect dress. Each style sports a natural waistline and works well with both up-do hairstyles as well as long, flowing hair over the shoulder. Whether gauzy and dreamy or slim and stylish with a dash of shimmer, there is a style suited to every type of fairy tale wedding.
Every bride wishes for the perfect wedding day, complete with the perfect dress. Astronomical wedding gown prices can mar that dream, but designer wedding dresses don’t have to break the bank. In fact, there are Allure bridals in Toronto that are as affordable as they are lovely. Designs from Mori Lee in Toronto can similarly be found. Between these seven styles for every style, there is no reason why a bride cannot have the dress of her dreams.
V- Neck Allure Bridals
Costs of wedding dresses in Toronto can be steep, but now when it comes to these three v-neck Allure Bridal designs. Style #887 is a simple A-line with a natural waist and taffeta, complete with a beaded back. It is a hot deal at $1,401. Style # 824 is a more classic look with its satin ball gown design, but it’s off shoulder straps give it a modern twist. It is currently offered at $1,049. Style #1319 is a modern fashionista fit with its empire waist, plunging neckline, open back and complete lace coverage. This sophisticated design, a fit and flare model, is on sale for $1,400.
High Neck Allure Bridal
For the classic bride who enjoys elegance but also modesty, there is style #826. The design is among the fit and flare style of bridal dresses in Toronto, but it is also the popular mermaid design, flaring out at the bottom to mimic the tail of the sea creature. Its fabric is a lace and English net composite with sheer neck and back panels, a gentle sweeping lace pattern grazing the fabric and a single row of pearl buttons clasping the dress down the back. It features short, scalloped sleeves and a thin row of beads at the waist for definition and added texture. The special price for this Allure dress is $1,299.
Mori Lee Styles
Each Mori Lee style for the bride on a budget features the elegance expected from the line, but that is where similarities end. At $1,290, style #725, a fit and flare gown, is the v-shaped picture of sophistication. It features wide straps, elegant lace patterns and a sheer back panel divided by a single strand of pearl beads. Style #712 is a bargain at $590. The strapless sweetheart gown tapers off into a flowing organza skirt, while the bodice itself is bordered with stylish iridescent beads. Style #922 costs between $1000 and $1500 and features a natural waistline and boat neck. The Mori Lee design consists of a wide-strapped, lacy bodice and dreamy tulle skirt that flows to the floor.
The designs offered are beautiful, genuine designer dresses created by some of the most popular dressmakers in the wedding circuit. Price, not quality, is the only thing cut in each style. Brides have enough on their minds without worrying over the cost of the dress they wear on the most important day of their lives. Luckily, each of these dresses combines beauty with budget, something that any bride can appreciate.
Searching for the perfect wedding dress can feel like an overwhelming task, especially with the different styles available. Decoding the different necklines on the market can help brides-to-be determine which dress they want to wear on their big day. From v-neck dresses to sweetheart styles, there is a neckline for every bride’s personality.
V-Neck Wedding Dress
Dresses with v-necks dip down the bride’s chest into v-shapes. Although the depths may vary, v-neck dresses tend to reveal more skin than other necks. The v-neck is considered a slimming style for most body types, which makes it a very popular style. V-necks may feature sleeves but are often simply secured by straps of varying width. Some halter dresses, which are useful for displaying the shoulders, feature the v-neck design. V-necks may plunge in the back as well as the front of the dress. Well-endowed women sometimes avoid the dress, opting for a more modest line.
High Neck Wedding Dress
The high neck dress is self-explanatory, but brides can think of it as the t-shirt line. Some tailors consider the high neck to be similar to a turtleneck. The jewel neck, which often features beads, is also a high neckline, but it has a slight scoop as well. Many high neck dresses feature halter top designs. They are very flattering for lesser endowed women, making them appear curvier. They also work well on women with broad shoulders as they make them appear tauter and sleek. The high neck is generally not recommended for brides with narrow shoulders.
Sweetheart Wedding Dress
Shaped like a heart, the sweetheart wedding dress is often sleeveless and strapless. Sweetheart designs can sometimes include off the shoulder dresses, strapless styles and spaghetti straps, but they traditionally do not feature straps at all. Full-figured brides often select the sweetheart dress since it helps highlight the décolletage area. Many sweetheart styles employ the use of sheer overlays to provide the wearer with a longer torso line. The resulting effect is a longer-looking neck that flatters the bride’s appearance. Lesser endowed women may wish for a more flattering line.
Scoop Wedding Dresses
The scoop dress is defined by its U-shaped neckline, but it is important to note that it can have varying depths. Some scoop necks are also high, providing the bride with a modest cover. Others can plunge almost as deeply as a v-neck style. Scoops are round and feminine, falling lower than a jewel neckline. Both scoop and v-neck styles can include the Queen Anne neckline, or a higher neckline in the back than in the front of the dress. The scoop dress is considered a flattering look for any bride, making it the most universal choice of wedding dress.
Choosing which neckline is best is ultimately a personal decision for each bride. That said, wedding dress tailors can often provide excellent guidance for uncertain brides as to which neckline is most flattering for each body shape and size. Trying on several dresses with different types of necklines is a good method to use when ruling out each style.