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Beach Wedding Dresses




Beach Wedding Dresses
Destination weddings have become one of the hottest trends now and a destination  wedding means to have a wedding reception, casual or formal in a place more than 100 miles away from where the couple lives.  Nowadays many brides-to-be are getting bored with traditional church weddings and now opt for something unique and more memorable. 

Many young couples are now quite keen to book their nuptials at a resort or beach and plan to have a more intimate wedding with their close buddies and family members between the two.  What about a beach wedding with a romantic boat ceremony?   That sounds wonderful!

But there are also a few fine points to consider while planning for a beach wedding.   Will the family members be ready and can afford to take time off to join you on your journey to matrimony in a place far from where they are living?   Also the clothes to bring along if you plan to have a wedding by the beach.   Loosely fitted clothes will be the option and also you must take into account the climate of the venue.    For the brides-to-be, they must also bear in mind the blowing breeze from the sea and what sort of hair-do will compliment their wedding dress style.    If you have long hair, you may want to consider a braid and some complimentray accessories to hold your hair elegantly away from your face  especially while pictures are being taken or perhaps tie your hair into a  neat bun or even consider a Bohemian hair style.

High heels are not recommended when you walk on the beach, instead you can put on your sexy beady sandals and also do a bridal pedicure a day or two before the Big day.   Your guests tend to take notice of your feet if you wear open-toed shoes so put your best foot forward!


Now, what about the  Beach Wedding Dresses?   Cool, light fabrics such as organza and chiffon will allow air to blow through your body and keep you cool and comfortable in your dress for many hours in the sun.  If you have slender legs, now is the opportunity to show them off, so go for short wedding dresses.   A point to remember is to stay away from synthetic fabrics and look for strapless dresses, halter style, one shoulder, capped sleeves, low neck line, yet simple and elegant.   Take a look at DresseStylist   for a variety of wedding dresses!









Comments

  1. Wow..more gorgeous gowns. These are really lovely to look at. A beach wedding sounds very romantic! I would choose dresses that don't sweep the floor..haha :D

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  2. Hi Cheah, very elegant and sexy wedding gowns. Too bad, not for me liao, hahahaha.... but perfect for those SYTs. You have a wonderful week and regards :)

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  3. You blog is eye-catching. I get pleasure from it. Thanks for sharing this beautiful piece of writing with me.

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  4. Brides usually wear it while sporting turmeric or henna as gold jewelry might get spoiled when it comes in contact with them and they do save it - atleast the beads and bases as a memento

    budget wedding

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  6. Wedding dress and venue both are the main factors that a bride to be really worries about. I was also really worried then a friend of mine suggested me to get married at venues Los Angeles and it turned out to be a perfect venue. I loved your dress suggestion.

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