Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Short + Sweet :: Bridal Dresses with Style

My husband + I had the honor of attending a gorgeous wedding reception this past Valentine's Day, where the new bride stole the show with the most darling, flirty + figure-flattering dress!

Her dress was strapless, tea length, ivory satin, form fitting + had the smallest embellishment of tulle at the top and bottom. It was to die for!

It made me ponder... what other tea length bridal dresses are rolling out for 2009?
They're perfect for a beach, outdoor, destination or a white chapel wedding!
And from browsing the price points - a great way to save some dough too.

What do you think?
Are you considering a tea length dress for your Big Day?


Sara E. Cotner said...

I'm glad shorter dresses are becoming popular. In my opinion, they are a heck of a lot more comfortable and they give you a much greater range of motion so you can really enjoy your wedding day! Thanks for sharing these.

Anonymous said...

Tea-length is right below the knee to slightly above the ankle. A couple of these dresses are more cocktail dresses (given you see the knee).

The first dress shown is closest to tea-length and very pretty. I like this look as it is charming and less formal (and less likely to drag around and get dirty).