Like Romeo and Juliet, except without the death and Renaissance clothing styles. But if you want a romantic wedding, a romantic dress should be on the top of your list! How do you get there? Lace is a must, and lovely dress shapes don't hurt either. Think figure flattery, in a non-compressed and super tight way. Mermaid, sheath, and goddess type styles all give a romantic style, and adding tiers, frills, jackets, or sleeves will add a touch of femininity as well.
Left: Johanna Hehir Right: Maria Karin
Left: David Fielden Right: Melissa Sweet
Left: Augusta Jones Right: Pronovias
During your engagement, your relationship with your fiance is probably crowded with big things: plans to buy a house, the buzz of wedding planning, and so much more. But, when you and your fiance start your life as husband and wife and settle into a daily routine, your relationship can start to feel mundane if you lose focus on what really matters…the little things.