How to Refuse Wedding Invites?
Have you received a wedding invite? And you are in “to go or not to go situation”, here is a guideline for you on how to refuse wedding invites skillfully.
Brides normally go with traditional and classic silhouettes because they are afraid to choose a wrong dress for the wedding day. Usually, the bride will choose a gorgeous wedding dress for the ceremony and then a cute and romantic little dress for the reception. If you are a bride that it is not afraid of trying something different, here is a cool idea: detachable wedding dress.
Detachable wedding dress is one simple dress with an interesting twist, it has one removable overskirt; it is really a two-for-one deal. You have the perfect princess wedding gown for the ceremony and the simple and charming dress for the reception in one dress. Isn’t that amazing?
Moreover, this is where tulle comes back to the runaways. Most of the removable overskirts are made of tulle because it makes the dresses look fuller, and we know why this fabric is loved by brides, right? It is the fabric that gives such a romantic vibe to the dress.
This Oleg Cassini design, after removing the organza ruffled skirt and the train, leaves a simple but spectacular lace sheath wedding dress as the second look to the reception. Very classic, traditional yet with a modern twist.
What about that upcoming design from the 2017 collection from the Atelier PRONOVIAS? The beautiful and large overskirt with train can be removed, leaving one ultra-feminine mermaid silhouette with lace and gemstones. Elegant and sophisticated, right?
You thought the bateau neckline dress in tulle with lace was enough, but no? Look at the stunning mikado silk overskirt with a bow in the center. The silk and lace are blended perfectly and create a princess look for this wedding gown.
This Laine Berry for Mon Cheri design is amazing and very different, and this detachable wedding dress is just stunning. This is so eye-catching because of the hand-sewn sequin details all over the dress and the double-layered A-line overskirt. It is very classic and modern, featuring two trends: the detachable skirt and flower print.
This Laine Berry for Mon Cheri design is a pure sophistication. It is one stunning sleeveless mikado silk dress with deep V-necklines, and double-layered A-line overskirt. It looks like it was made for a princess Barbie, and who does not want to look that perfect on the wedding day?
This Rosa Clará design has a bateau illusion neckline and is all in lace and tulle. The overskirt is pure tulle and makes the dress look puffier and fuller. The belt on the center of the dress is where the overskirt is attached and it adds glamour to the whole look.
This Rosa Clará dress is all in lace with a stunning belt that has a sweet flower detail and a full white tulle overskirt. This overskirt is very heavy with many layers of tulle but it blends in perfectly with the dress, creating a stunning look.
This is a fun, young and cute Tara Kelly design. It is one mini strapless lace detachable wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline and a belt with overskirt.
This lace trumpet bridal gown from Lazaro is available in JLM Couture and it is a perfect choice for a classic bride. It has silk charmeuse underlay, and attached to the ribbon belt on the waist is a detachable tulle overskirt in many different layers. Purely stunning!
This is a very special Jessica Williams design. It is another lace trumpet-wedding gown, but this one has sparkles all over it and the overskirt comes with a stunning jeweled belt. This is a romantic and modern dress.
Do you liked our tips and favorites detachable wedding dresses? Which one do you think is the most beautiful? And which would you wear? Tell us if you liked this unusual silhouette for your special day.