Must have Wedding Dress Photos

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Showing Ruffles to Maximum Effect
Get inventive! We love the eager bride peering out the window, which, handily, shows off the ruffles of her skirt to full effect.

dress2From the Waist Down
Lacy edges are often the final finishing touch that offer just the right bit of romance. Zoom in on yours to get the full picture

dress3On the Hanger
There’s a reason on-hanger shots are so popular! The styled pictures evoke the calm before the storm and don’t let anything compete with the dress.

dress4The Back (With Him!)
Plenty of dresses are just as stunning from the back. While options abound to get a picture of you walking away, consider including the lucky man.

dress7The Glorious Train
If you really went for it with a long train, make sure you take images from all angles, including directly from behind, to let it shine.

dress8A Classic Veil Shot From Behind
A shot this classic could’ve come from any generation. Make sure your veil is arranged perfectly, and have your photographer stand directly behind you.

dress9Just the Skirt
Whether your skirt is elaborate or simple tulle, it should get its own moment. Bonus points if you’re getting married on the beach like this bride and can achieve a stunning monochromatic palette.

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These Wedding Dresses Were Made for Frolicking on the Beach

If you want to make a statement at your destination wedding, you need to see the newest Grace Loves Lace capsule collection.

dion-h724Elusive Love features ethereal, goddess-inspired wedding dresses for the laid-back bride who wants to be noticed.

dre-h724Take a look at the effortlessly beautiful gowns, crafted from barely-there laces and timeless silks.

lola-h724Grace Loves Lace founder Megan Ziems calls the collection “an ode to the beautiful rebel who revels in flickering spontaneity and zealous moments.”

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Here come the Flower Girls

flower_girlHaving your flower girls toss petals down the aisle is cute and classic, but it’s not the only option for your girls. Use props like giant balloons, glitter wands and colorful pinwheels are great alternatives if you want to put a twist on tradition or your venue doesn’t allow dropping petals. Steal one of these ideas and your flower girls won’t just look adorable they’ll have fun walking down the aisle too!

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Bridal Shoes :)

These designer bridal shoes are the cream of the crop in wedding shoes. From top designers such as Vera Wang, Kate Spade, Badgley Mischka, Zanoti and Paris Hilton any bride would be thrilled to glide down the aisle in these designer shoes.

While some of them are not as expensive as you might expect, others cost a bundle – but you might decide to forego the honeymoon once you see them….
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