Ball gown princess styles
Princess ball gown wedding dresses
Ball gown wedding dresses the favored bridal style of princess and royalty. A ballroom skirt will command the attention of any room with its fitted bodice to the waist and then erupting into a voluminous multi layered regal skirt. The Victorian era saw the cinched waistlines and gathered skirts with petticoats twirling in ballrooms everywhere and has been a favorite ever since.
Ball gowns perfect for a traditional wedding ceremony.
Ball gowns most definitely have the WOW factor. Flattering to most figure shapes, however, if you are petite, make sure the design doesn’t overpower you. The ballgown wedding dress is perfect for a long lux train. Perfect for a church service, imagine the long train following you down the aisle; your guests will be awe-struck. Worried about what to do with a Ballgown with a long train at the reception? Our clever dressmakers can hook it up out of the way with a bustle. Alterations are all done in our Melbourne bridal boutique.
Many ways to wear ballroom wedding dresses.
You can order your ballgown wedding dress at Leah S Designs with or without a train. Making it easier to party on afterward. However, you can get the look of a trail by using a cathedral veil or a removable bridal skirt.
There are strapless princess designs or with straps—sweetheart necklines and V necks, lace, or satin. Sounds confusing? Don’t worry; our trained bridal stylists will help you navigate your way through. The choice is yours.
Accessories for ballgown styling.
Your bridal accessories to compliment a ballgown wedding dress may depend on the final look you want to achieve, be it a modern ballroom or traditional ballroom look. For a modern look, keep your accessories minimal and let your frock be your statement piece. However, you can’t go past a tiara and a long veil for a traditional look.
If your ballgown is lace choose a matching or complimentary lace edge veil. If a satin wedding dress, then one with a satin trim would suit.