Western Wedding Dress
Back in the day of the cowboys and Wild West, weddings were quite simple. Usually the party consisted of your family and neighbors bringing a covered dish to an outdoor picnic with red and white checkered tablecloths.
What you may want to know before choosing a western bridal dress.
The above v-shaped neckline has princess seams and is trimmed in Venise Lace. It has a tapered eight point skirt with a six inch border fringe.
The above dress has a slight off the shoulder neckline with delicate intricate beading followed with long Venise fringe to accentuate the shoulder. The fitted bodice of embroidered silk is bias-cut to flatter the figure. The flared cotton lace skirt comes to eight points over a full lace ruffle. This is a beautiful dress and perfect for a summer celebration.
Lace was very popular for a western gown; so much so that whatever type of material your gown is made from you will want lots of lace.
The above dress has an empire style duster made of English lace with elbow length sleeves. The train extends about eighteen inches beyond the hemline.
The dresses on this page are from Martin McCrea. They have a western wedding dress to make the most discriminating bride happy. Check them out and let me know your thoughts through my contact form on my Navigation bar.
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