Alternative Wedding Dresses!

I guess you could say I'm mildly obsessed recently with the research of alternative wedding gowns.  Ever since I knew what a wedding was, I have always pictured myself getting married on a beach in a dress from Free People and now that I've discovered everything else there is in the world of alternative wedding dresses, my dreams continue forward to find the perfection that is one day that will symbolize the rest of my life.


This Daisy Chemical Lace dress by none other than Free People, is an obvious favorite.  After I just got done telling you that I would die to get married on a beach in a Free People dress, this definitely tickles my fancy.  While I can't completely agree on the footwear choice, or the sleeves on this dress, I love the bottom of it the most.  I don't LOVE the huge daisies on the dress but this is the idea of something I can see myself in on the beach.  Simple, but so pretty and pure.


This Delphine Manivet gown from Lovely NY is darling.  There are so many things that I love about it but the first thing is that it would be perfection for a beach wedding.  Of course I take the approach that we are talking about MY wedding day, hahaha.  Obviously sold with a slip, this gown is perfect because while it is clearly nontraditional in many ways, the shape of it is very traditional (open back, long and to the ground).  I love the off white color and the beautiful lace.  Purely fantastic.


This Catherine Deane Green Primrose Satin Finish Georgette Dress from My Wardrobe is fantastic for multiple reasons but what I wont get on board with is the color.  If there is one thing I'll steer completely clear of when chosing something for my weddings it's anything other than white.  I love the shape of the top of this so much that it would be enough for me to fall for but I just CANNOT do a green wedding dress so I would have to get it in white.  I would feel like I was getting married in a comic book or something and that's a big no-no.  What do you think?

What do you think about alternative wedding dresses?  Do you think you can see yourself walking down the aisle in one of them?  In my case, it would be along the coastline, but nevertheless you'll be walking somewhere.  Sound off in the comments below or send me a tweet!





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