Romantic wedding dresses have been and they will always be preferred by the future brides who want to print inside their wedding atmosphere the romance of a relationship that ended up with a marriage for life. The theme of romantic weddings is not a new one, in fact this style has been around for some time, for the brides of the ancient times, for the one of the medieval times and of course of our modern age.
Romanticism will never die as long as there is love, feelings of tenderness and desire to live a love story that is unique in its style and expression.
The same uniqueness you want to imprint both your bridal appearance and the atmosphere of your ceremony and reception. In this respect you begin searching for the romantic wedding dress that will represent your style and needs to show the romantic side that lies within your decision to marry the man of your life. The romantic wedding dresses of this year’s brides seem to have all the same common feature: ruffles to give volume and more visual effects to the bridal gowns.
But when your wedding day will take place it will be already for the next year and you are curious to see what have the fashion designers in the bridal industry come up with.
The bridal collection for next year have been already released on the market among which the romantic wedding dresses seem to gain supremacy in various patterns of embellishments. Some are with floral appliques, others use the sparkling crystals, not to mention that some of the corsages are designed with clusters of flower to outline the shoulders or the waistline. Well, flowers are OK, when it comes to romance, there is no doubt about it, but yet the use of too many on the aspect of your romantic wedding dress still don’t make you feel like you would want to order one of those wedding attire that belong to famous fashion designers.
Maybe the designs that use soft petals as decoration for the romantic aspect of the wedding dress could be an option as they are more delicate and more simple in their choice of ethereal fabric. But what is there to do with the asymmetric cut of the neckline or the asymmetric style of the draping applied on the bodice? This is not definitely what you had in mind when choosing the romantic wedding dress for your wedding day.
As to the texture the choices are great indeed when lace, net and organza have been selected for the next year’s wedding gowns trend. But you still need to browse further and go for more simple, delicate designs without the sparkling crystals or clustered flowers applique-ed on the corsage or around the
waist. Maybe the romantic wedding dress that is designed in a medieval style of a Juliet-like gown who is on her way to marry her beloved Romeo.