Black Wedding Dresses
In 1840, Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in a very fashionable white dress. Prior to that era most women favored bold colors or their Sunday best for their bridal ensemble.
Today, most brides choose to wear white or a variation of white, however, bold brides and celebrities are choosing to wear black for their nuptials and reception. Sarah Jessica Parker (Sex in the City) and Ellen Pompeo (Grey's Anatomy) both chose to wear a black gown.
A black bridal gown may shock some of your guests because they are used to seeing the bride wearing a traditional white bridal gown. However, black does not have to conjure up images of bad luck, death or evil.
Black exudes elegance, sophistication and formality. If you are a daring, stylish person, don't care what others say and would like to make a dramatic statement, go ahead and choose a black ensemble.
The luxurious tea length design shown below is adorned with black beading giving the dress just the right amount of sparkle.romantic lea
Tips for Wearing Black Wedding Dresses
This elegant strapless black gown can be worn over and over again. You can keep your dress fresh looking by changing your accessories.
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