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If you’re a plus-size bride, you know there is a lack of quality, full-figured bridal gowns currently available. Wedding dresses are certainly not a “one size fits all” type of product – however many designers create dresses to fit for a sample size model and convert it to all the larger sizes they sell. They expect it to fit the needs of a 16-32 size bride but they don’t. Morilee’s Julietta Collection is a collection of wedding dresses specifically designed for the curvy brides and curvy brides ONLY.
Putting a new twist on an old style, Grace Loves Lace has reinvented the corset into a clever stretch lace paneling that is arguably the most comfortable bridal corset to date! “We combined the illusion of a fitted, boned bodice with our renowned comfort and stretch elements, et voila! It’s traditional bridal, done the GRACE way,” says founder Meg Ziems. No poking, pinching or pulling. They also offer an assortment of complimentary armbands to accessorize! Visit Grace Loves Lace’s website for more information.
Details in lace on any gown never really goes out of style. Here are a few gowns that have incorporated lace into the sleeves, bodice, cape and train to take romance to the next level. They’re gorgeous and perfect for the bride looking for that intimate touch. Visit RIVINI by Rita Vinieris and Winnie Couture for more information.
A new collection from BERTA fashion house features high quality gowns made from fine materials with an affordable price tag that will surprise you! The jolie. gowns use an ivory color palette and range from very light ivory to champagne tones and even different shades of nude. Visit the jolie.bridal website for more information.
Are you a bride who can’t decide between satin or lace? Here’s a great idea – a REVERSIBLE gown! One side is lace, the other side is satin. Two looks in one! Bridal Designer Trish Peng has launched a “Reflections” collection which consists of six different silhouettes. The custom-made Reflections collection gowns can be worn on both sides plus the bride can choose their own fabrics. Visit Trish Peng’s website for more information and to view the dresses available.