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Are you pregnant yet you are about to marry? No problem! There are a lot of maternity wedding dresses that you can find in the market these days. Here are the top 5 dresses for wedding that are the most popular and the most picked by pregnant women.
Empire Waist Wedding dresses - we all know that empire waist dresses are very beautiful on a pregnant woman. This enhances the beautiful features of a pregnant woman’s body.
Wrap around dresses - who wouldn’t say no to a wrap around dress? This type of dress is known to be one of the most flattering in pregnant women. Why not have it as a style of your dress, but a longer one, right? You will definitely love how this will hug your pregnant body and how it will bring out the beautiful you in spite of the addition pounds and growing belly. Read the rest of this entry »
Bridal market has concluded in New York and everyone is excited to find out what the big trends will be for bridal fashion in 2012! A key trend from the Spring 2012 collections which were just debuted is wedding gowns with ornately embellished skirts. Learn more about this gorgeous trend, and get inspired for your 2012 wedding!
Big skirts are definitely in for 2012! Many of the most striking wedding gowns which were shown at New York bridal market featured skirts which were not only voluminous, but which also had very heavy embellishments. Oversized three-dimensional flowers are one of the most impressive accents in the new 2012 wedding dress collections. While the concept has been shown in previous years in a few haute couture lines, for 2012 the detail will be much more widely available in wedding gowns across all price points. A gown with huge flowers on the skirt would be stunning for a spring or summer bride.
Another take on the oversized embellishment trend for 2012 wedding gowns is large concentric circles of pleated organza. Brides who know their wedding history will be reminded of the famous bridal gown worn by legendary bride Jacqueline Bouvier when she wed John F. Kennedy. The design is updated with light organza which helps keep the gown from being too heavy. The three-dimensional design on the skirt of these bridal gowns is usually balanced with a more simple strapless bodice with shirring. The shirring is just enough interest to hold up to the eye-catching design of the skirt without competing. A strapless neckline looks best when it is enhanced with dramatic handmade wedding jewelry. Read the rest of this entry »