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Btw we have a wedding dress thread, but it hasn't been bumped in a while.
To get the thread started, here's a post I made in ot about my dream wedding. Pic related is a collage of my inspo.
Makeup and hair
>Nude makeup. Pretty boring, but I love it and it fits the look of the overall wedding.I have deep-set eyes, so it's gotta be light in color.
>Full coverage foundation, peach blush, light contour, a good amount of highlight but nothing that's "blinding".
>Nude peachish-pink lipstick with a brown lipliner and lipgloss on top.
>Fenty body lava for my chest and arms.
>For my hair, box braids styled into some kind of updo.
Dress This dress probably doesn't exist anywhere, but I plan on marrying rich so I'll just have it custom made lmao.
>Ballgown dress with transparent bishop sleeves and v neckline.
>Since the sleeves would be transparent, it feels right to have a layer of tulle on the skirt to tie it in.
>Maybe a lace bodice? idk.
>Really simple. No "bling" on the dress at all. Only simple pieces of jewelry.
>Lavender plants trailing down the dress like the bottom right photo.
>Really long. Shoes will not be visible so it doesn't matter what It looks like. No train tho.
>Opal wedding ring. Opals are just so pretty.
>I want my wedding to have mystical vibe.
>Outside wedding. Somewhere really pretty, ideally near a waterfall.
>Whole lotta plants.
> Idk if this makes sense, but I would love a bunch of lavender (like the flower) and white veined fittonia hanging down from the ceiling to frame me, my husband, the bridesmaids and groomsmen.
>Wooden beams with vines wrapped around them.
>Fiddle-leaf fig trees around the venue
>Thats all I got cause I can't think of what else you would need for a ceremony.
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I love indian wedding dresses. They're always so gorgeous and the accessories are everything.
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Bought these shoes four years ago when I was about to get married. He dumped me three months before it was set to happen.
The box (with shoes inside) is my computer stand now kek
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I want a dress that kinda looks like this except in white for my wedding.
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Saw this veil on pinterest and I'm in love with it. It's really extra but not overwhelming.
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Dream wedding dress
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Ty, honestly glad I didn't cause we would've divorced very quickly! It's Liz Lisa, but full disclosure they didn't make it anymore so I just got a knockoff off Aliexpress.
Bonus dress inspo from my old wedding folder.
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What would you want your groom to wear to match these extravagant dresses?
Indian men are the only ones who get fab enough imo
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I'm South Asian and my male cousins have worn this style shoe at their weddings, I love them.
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Any anons know good wedding shoe places that are relatively affordable? I am dreaming of getting shoes that are reminiscent of a ballerina's flats - I just really like the ribbon wrapping around the ankle and then a bowtie behind the ankle. I hate how most fancy footwear have pointed toes or open toe - I have long gangly feet and toes so it just doesn't look good. makes my feet look freakishly long.
Name me brands or anything! I might look towards etsy.
I got some Musshoe flats from amazon that I liked a lot. They were lacy blue and pretty cheap (I'm a poorfag), but they still held up nice. I also hate pointy tip shoes, so I got some rounded ones.
Target also used to have nice ballerina flats, but I feel like they don't have good ones anymore. You might check them out. IDK what your budget is like.
I got some plain pink ballet ribbon slippers from etsy for $140. Hand-made, made with real leather - seemed pretty and exactly what I was looking for. Before that, I was looking at Bella Belle wedding shoes which are basically Kailee P. Pretty and dainty, but SUPER expensive. Kailee P is better for the same dainty bridal shoes look (intricate lace, ribbons, pearls, other fancy details). >>301001
Thanks for your suggestion anon. Wish I had known that sooner before I bought my simple ballet slippers off etsy (I panicked bought because Black Friday sales). I'm still happy with my purchase and besides my dress is so long, no one would see my shoes anyways. But wow! Kailee P is my go-to recommendation now if anyone asks me where to get wedding shoes lol.
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I'm in love with this dress. I love the fabric and especially the pink flowers along the neckline and on the skirt going down the dress. I always wanted a blush wedding dress but the pink flowers paired with the silky white fabric goes so well, it really gives it life. Shes sitting down in the pic but if she were standing the dress has an A-line silhouette. It's just perfect nonnies.
oh my lord anon this dress is so lovely though I wouldn't have viewed this as a wedding dress. It looks more like a vintage late 1890s type of dress you'd see in a hollywood production.
10/10 great taste, love it.
Funny you say that nonny
, this dress is from Flowers in the Attic: The Origin and it takes place in the early half of the 1900s. This dress in particular was the grandmother's dress so that indeed would have been somwhere around the 1890s.
You're also right this dress wasn't a wedding dress, it was for a debutante ball. But I see so many wedding dresses nowadays that don't even feel or look bridal but this one looks like it can genuinely be a wedding dress despite the style.
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. I'm going to watch that mini-series now.
and you are completely right. there is a big oncoming trend of white bride dresses with floral accents, like Marie Antoinette or other historical inspired clothing. Picrel reminds me of 1900s garden party dresses. Looks more modern with the hair down but just imagine her with Gibson Girl hair or something!
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I hope you like the show nonna! I loved the fashion they showcased in it, it was surprisingly very good for a lifetime series.
Yeah, the Gibson Girll hair would totally add the 1900s flair to the dress and I can definitely see what you mean.
I really hope these kinds of dresses can make a comeback. Some of these old trends feel very timeless.
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>>302502> Some of these old trends feel very timeless.
You seem very knowledgeable in vintage fashions. I have a request for image dump of vintage wedding dresses. Here's one with a beautiful blusher veil. I wish these types of veils will come back in style but people are really into cathedral length now.
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Resurrecting this thread to say me and my fiancé are planning on eloping in a foreign country within a year or two. We might have a wedding celebration with family and friends at a later date, but we want to have a stress-free intimate and romantic wedding for just the two of us. We haven't even told anyone we have been engaged for 6 months. We are also thinking of me wearing a black dress with a long black veil, and him in a white suit, bc he looks better in light colours and I in dark. Plus its different and fun. And I get to embellish him with lipstick kisses on the collar.
If we have a wedding celebration later, I would love to dress in my country's national attire and have a country side wedding with historical traditions, locally sourced foods and lots of outdoor games for everyone to play.