January 16, 2015

Fit for Royalty: Ball Gown Wedding Dresses

I love weddings… I think it’s one of the most special life events a person can experience. A wedding is a ceremony where two people who deeply love one another are united in marriage. In every culture there are different wedding traditions but the essence will always be that it is a celebration of love – of which doesn't only end with the couple getting married, but also the people that surround them and who made them who they are today.

I still believe, though, that everyone should have a more beautiful marriage than a beautiful wedding that a couple can prepare for their guests. But of course, as much as possible they want it to be a memorable day for everyone who will stand witness to when they profess to the world their love for each other.   
Preparing for a wedding that only happens in one day is not at all easy; there are so many elements of a wedding that needs to be polished and set before the big day. My husband and I had a very simple wedding but I can attest that we gave a lot of our time and effort in only around 3 months prep time just to make it happen and for our families and friends to enjoy that day with us. So imagine how much work it will involve if a wedding is bigger and more grand?

One element of a wedding that takes a lot of time and effort to decide upon and finish is the bride’s wedding dress. When I was younger, I was such a fan of Disney Princesses (I still am!) that I always day dream of wearing a ball gown wedding dress. But as I grew older, my preferences have changed and also my body type I believe would not look great in a wedding dress in a ball gown style.  
I can tell you stories about how I envisioned myself wearing the exact style of the wedding gown that I wanted when I was younger, exactly like a wedding gown fit for a princess: with a huge skirt bottom made of layers and layers of lace, a top bodice adorned with pearls and crystals and in a pristine white color -- somehow similar to the wedding gown of our local celebrity who recently got married (shown on the first photo above). What I wore on my wedding day, though, was exactly the opposite of that LOL!
If you anyone of you had the same dream wedding dress in that silhouette and you still want it for your wedding, I suggest you go for it and fulfill your childhood dreams; besides you’re supposed to get married once in your life then why not make your dream wedding come true? Looking for inspirations or where to buy ball gown wedding dresses? Check out www.WePromDresses.com and you might find that dress that will lead you to your happily ever after….
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