Wedding Dress. Never Worn

It is a rule of fashion that every woman should own at least one simple, elegant black dress that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Those who are clever can manage the art of wearing just one dress that can traverse the social etiquette of cocktail parties, school graduations, racing carnivals, and even funerals. Prior to leaving my wife and I viewed hundreds of sample wedding vows online, both together and apart, but none of them seemed to fit our circumstances and feelings. In the end we decided that we would each write our own renewal vows and memorize them for the ceremony. We are so glad we did as no one can truly express what you feel in your own heart better than you. We both spent weeks writing and fine tuning them until we were happy with the results. They must have been good because we were both crying as we made fresh pledges to one another. Also, she was happy. Not a technical quality on which to evaluate a gown, no, but we’re human and this is for fun, not for science. Victoria’s very well liked, and the popularity factor can’t go unnoticed. Many other famous laces were designed in France, including Chantilly, Lyons, Calais, and Valenciennes, but the French Revolution dealt a nearly fatal blow to the French lacemaking industry. At the time of the Revolution in 1789, the passion for all things expensive and exquisite was instantly ended. Lace was too much associated with the careless extravagance of the aristocracy, some of whom were losing their famously coiffed heads at the guillotine. Indeed, some of the craftspeople who made the lace were also executed for their service to the now-despised nobility. The sudden lack of demand, as well as the risk of personal injury, made lacemaking a very undesirable profession around the time of the French Revolution. Interesting read! Love to find out facts and better still, is to see photos of past eras fashions! So thanks for the history lesson and great pics!

Of course I love and bless this lens, since it was my challenge to you 🙂 hehehehe LOVE IT!!!! This site, INTIMATE WEDDINGS. has a nice tutorial on how to make this beautiful bridal bracelet. It’s a lot easier to do than you think. Catholic weddings take place in churches; outside venues are rarely permissible. Overall, I do like all of these websites as the color-changing feature they all offer is a huge advantage. I encourage brides and bridesmaids alike to check out all of the websites and hopefully they will help you get one step closer to finding the perfect dress for your big day. Thanks Obscure_Treasures, and isn’t it an incredible train, Treasuresofheaven? The more I learn about wedding dresses, the more I realize that they’re often used to show off expensive lacework and fabric. The more a dress has, the more expensive it is, so long trains can really show off one’s wealth. Adding …