Anyway, enjoy these photos of some of my all-time favorite bridal gowns:
Chelsea by Amsale
The sweetest gown on the planet.
Mimosa by Jenny Packham
Jenny does beadwork like no other.
RK359 by Romona Keveza
If ever there was a breathtakingly stunning ballgown, this would be it.
Darling by Monique Lhullier (you can't tell in the photo, but this gown is the palest blush!)
Memory by Monique Lhullier
I have one word: ahhhh!!!
Principessa by Jenny Packham
Ophelia by Christos
Greenwich by Amsale
Unfortunately, this gown never made it to production. Isn't that sad?
I am sure you can tell from these photos that there are many different textiles and silhouettes that I love. If I ever get married, choosing a gown will be no easy task. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed drooling over these lovelies as much as I have. I haven't seen the Romona Keveza gown in person, but I have a feeling it would make my heart stop if I did, so it's probably for the best. And as for "Principessa" by Jenny Packham, I'm confident that would be a charming exit dress, or maybe even rehearsal dinner dress (we are talking about my non-existent wedding, of course).
Have a great day, everyone! And as always, thanks for reading!