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Say YES! to the Dress – Vol. 1

Say YES! to the Dress – Vol. 1

by September 25, 2013 2 comments

Hello There!
How is it going today? Great as usual, I suppose 🙂

This is a new feature on African Canadian Weddings“Say YES! to the Dress”. We have come up with different Wedding Dresses you will love. For all the aspiring Brides, check them out, leave your comments, questions, feedbacks and observations in the comment box below and let us know what you think.

Also, we were able to compile basic information about each dress and you will find it below each of them. These Wedding Dresses – Say YES! to the Dress feature, would be posted on the blog every Fridays now. So stay tuned to this channel.

This is Volume 1. By nextweek, we shall be featuring Volume 2, Volume 3 shall be for Plus Sizes Brides and Volume 4 shall be for Expecting Mothers Brides. Sounds exciting and interesting….. So: Read . Look . Enjoy . Be Blessed . Be Sociable . Share

Wedding dress 1

Wedding Dress 1 – Big Bows
By: Victor Harper
Silhouette: Mermaid
Gown Length: Floor
Train Style: Attached & draped side bow skirt.
Train Length: Chapel
Fabric: Satin
Embellishments: Beading
Special Features: Fit to flare gown with jewels on bodice
Color: Ivory

Wedding Dress 2

Wedding Dress 2 – Big Bows
By: Victor Harper
Silhouette: A-Line
Gown Length: Floor
Train Style: Attached & draped side bow skirt.
Train Length: Chapel
Fabric: Satin
Embellishments: Beading
Special Features: Fit to flare gown with jewels on bodice
Color: Ivory

Wedding dress 3

Wedding Dress 3 – Ball Gown
By: Mori Lee
Silhouette: Ball Gown
Gown Length: Floor
Train Style: Attached
Train Length: Chapel
Fabric: Organza
Embellishments: Beading
Special Features: Corset back
Color: White

Wedding dress 4

Wedding Dress 4 – Princess
By: La Sposa
Silhouette: Princess
Neckline: Sweetheart
Gown Length: Floor
Waist: Empire
Train Length: Cathedral
Fabric: Silk
Special Features: Sleeves
Color: Silk White

Wedding dress 5

Wedding Dress 5 – Sheath
By: Monique Lhuillier
Silhouette: Sheath
Neckline: Off-the-Shoulder
Gown Length: Floor
Train Style: Attached
Train Length: Sweep
Fabric: Spanish Tulle
Color: Silk White

Wedding dress 6

Wedding Dress 6 – Mermaid
By: Madeline Gardner
Silhouette: Mermaid
Neckline: Strapless
Gown Length: Floor
Train Style: Attached
Train Length: Chapel
Fabric: Lace
Embellishments: Beading, Embroidery
Color: White, Ivory

Wedding dress 7

Wedding Dress 7 – Ball Gown
By: Intuzuri
Silhouette: Ball Gown
Neckline: Sweetheart
Waist: Dropped
Gown Length: Floor
Sleeve Length: Sleeveless
Train Style: Attached
Train Length: Semi-Cathedral
Sleeve Style: Strapless
Fabric: Taffeta
Embellishments: Beading, Ruching
Color: Ivory, White

Wedding dress 8

Wedding Dress 8 – Fit-n-Flare
By: Monique Lhuillier
Silhouette: Fit-n-Flare
Neckline: V-Neck
Gown Length: Floor
Sleeve Length: 3/4 length
Train Style: Attached
Train Length: Sweep
Sleeve Style: Sheer
Fabric: Chantilly Lace, French Tulle
Special Features: Corset Bodice
Color: White or Ivory

Wedding dress 9

Wedding Dress 9 – Fit-n-Flare
By: Monique Intuzuri
Silhouette: Fit-N-Flare
Neckline: Bateau, Sweetheart
Waist: Natural
Gown Length: Floor
Sleeve Length: Short
Train Style: Attached
Train Length: Chapel
Sleeve Style: Cap
Fabric: Lace
Embellishments: Beading, Lace
Special Features: V-Back
Color: Ivory, White

Wedding dress 10b

Wedding dress 10a

Wedding Dress 10 – A-Line
By: Rosa Clará
Silhouette: A-Line
Neckline: Bateau, Modest, Sheer, Sweetheart
Waist: Empire
Gown Length: Floor
Sleeve Length: 3/4 length
Train Length: Court
Sleeve Style: Fitted, Sheer
Fabric: Beaded, Lace, Organza
Embellishments: Floral/Print

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