The very popular wedding look of 2013 would be the retro or vintage style. While wedding planners are awaiting RSVP from guests, brides are choosing their wedding gowns. Vintage speaks of a soft and sophisticated aura as one all of your wedding party can enjoy. Vintage dresses take us back to a time when things were simple and just beautiful. Your options are unlimited from many decades of cultured styles. The corsets, patterns and trains accentuate the bride’s graceful curves. This is a genuine idea for those who do not want an average wedding gown. These very affordable diamonds of the wedding industry will not break your budget with a starting range for a unique look ranging around $215.
The party does not stop there the endless ideas for your wedding party are also at hand. Even though it is your day, your bridal party would not mind looking their best. As a rule of thumb the bridal party should never out shine the bride but compliment the entire event. Your lovely ladies will certainly appreciate a great gown to stand next to the woman of the day. Keeping the same vintage momentum, I would suggest soft colors and patterns. Pastels have been long standing favorites and even deep dark patterns. I encourage you to discover all colors for your gowns. Even a soft blue would show up like a beautiful sunny sky. Do not be afraid to go outside of the status quo colors.
One more thing to think of while planning out your bridal look would be the mothers of the bride and bridegroom. Most mothers of the “new to be wed” may be very nervous and may need some help in gown selection. Helping her with some beautiful dresses would not only include her in the selection process but also keep your day at ease with a look everyone will appreciate. It is a sure way to help them feel more comfortable with having the bride choose their delights. In fact the mother may be of great help in this realm of fashion. You are sure to be the talk of the town when you and your bridal party walk down the aisle in this historical classic beauty.
Contessa Thornton, Imajenme Promotions