Thursday, July 7, 2011

Vintage Tea Length Wedding Dress

Beautiful vintage wedding dress ideas in tea length. You don't have to have a vintage inspired wedding to wear one of these dresses, they are perfect for day time weddings and Spring weddings.

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From Stephanie James Couture.

Wedding Dress Tea Length

Tea length wedding dresses are not as common as full length wedding gowns but they can sure make a huge impact! They are perfect for smaller more intimate gathering and even for vintage style weddings.

The blue sash adds a pop of color to your look, and the matching shrug looks very chic. The gown is also made entirely of lace, with plenty of unique embellishments to add a bit of style to your look.

What about this playful tea length, strapless wedding dress in white with polka dots.This dress makes this lady look like a princess.

With this tea length wedding gown, you get the look and feel of a ballgown skirt without the length! This strapless dress features a full taffeta skirt with a tulle layer underneath; a beaded bodice decorated with plenty of floral embellishments and an open back for a dash of sexy sophistication.

Wedding Dress in Red

There are no real hard and fast rules when it comes to your wedding day! you can choose to wear a bright red wedding dress over a white one if your prefer, sure this is breaking with tradition but it can have a truly magnificent impact on your guests and create a wedding they will truly never forget!

This gorgeous scarlet wedding gown is a definite eye-catcher! This taffeta ball gown features a dropped waist, pick-up skirt, lace up back and a lace flower embellishment at the waist for even more style. Shy brides need not apply; this dress should only be worn by those women who aren’t afraid of a little color!

The mermaid silhouette, strapless sweetheart neckline, and layers of taffeta, beading and embroidery combine to create one amazing gown! The gown also features a lace-up back and a matching shawl.
This mermaid-esque wedding gown from Maggie Sottero is certainly a bold choice, but for the bride who wants to make a statement she definitely can’t go wrong with this fire engine red number! The bodice is beautifully accented with white lace detailing while the feminine silhouette hugs every curve in just the right spot. Bold, beautiful and striking, this dress will be the talk of the ceremony!