Top Princess wedding dresses of the year

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Top Princess wedding dresses of the year

Princess Wedding dresses are a great way to get that bridal look without going for a full-on ball gown. If you have dreamt of  having that perfect fairytale wedding as depicted in Disney cartoons and romance movies, a Princess dress is probably a part of that fantasy. Wear these styles with a shoulder length (or longer) veil, diamond jewelry, and nice, classy high heeled shoes to really make you feel like a perfect princess walking down the aisle to your prince.

 This gorgeous gown by Demetrios will make you sparkle and shine. This strapless wedding gown with a sweetheart neckline is made of a jewel encrusted, beaded tulle material and features a drop waist. The back is a simple corset style and has an attached sweep train. It is simply stunning and will leave you, your guests, and your groom breathless. The designer has also made a veil that matches it perfectly, so pair that veil with this gown and wear your hair up and back in a style that suits your face and shows off the gown.
princess wedding dress by demetrios

Princess gowns are especially stunning on plus sized women, as is apparent from this dress by designer Roz la Kelin’s Glamour Plus collection. The gown is made of tulle to make it light-weight and rouched on the left side to create a soft detail before the dress fills out into a full hem. Also on the left side is a detail of beaded embroidery that spreads into a larger design as it goes up the front of the dress and goes along the back to the corset opening. The shoulder wrap is also decorated with this beading embroidery to give the whole dress eye catching detail both front and back. The whole design is 1950s vintage, chic, and glamorous and it can be paired with a long veil, blusher veil, or no veil at all depending on your personal style. Long curls or short finger waves and red lipstick will round out that vintage look. Pair it with beads or small diamond jewelry that will compliment the beading.

princess wedding dress by roz la kelin

If you want something unique, with both sophistication and drama, the Perla Lynette is the dress for you. Designer Maggie Sottero is known for high-class style with functionality and this dress is no exception. When you walk down the aisle in this sleeveless shimmering satin skirt adorned with Swarovski crystals and a flower appliqué, your guests openly express their adoration. This gown is not only stunning from the front.The back is just as beautiful and every detail has been covered. The lace bodice is finished with a zipper over a corset closure and fabric covered buttons. The skirt falls in soft waves into a short train. A dress with this much drama needs to have a simple hairstyle with no veil and simple jewelry, too. Let the dress do all the talking for you and your sense of fashion.

princess wedding dress by maggie sottero

For the woman that wants to be a princess in a garden or on the beach, the Pearls and Palms strapless wedding gown by Collette Dinnigan is your dream come true. This simple princess wedding dress has a bodice adorned with beads and a skirt made of organza that flows to the floor. Wear this with sandals with low heels, or even go with no shoes, and a simple head piece. You can wear your hair up or down and the dress will still stand out and look casual, chic, and romantic. Make the bodice really pop by adding simple pearl jewelry to compliment it and bring your princess look to life effortlessly.

princess wedding dress by Collette Dinnigan