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Ways To Say ‘I do’ Wearing a Short Wedding Dress
/ April 24th, 2019 / There are currently 0 comments
Getting married is an exciting event and there are lots of ways to say ‘I do’. From a small intimate setting or elopement overseers all the way to a huge celebration. Whatever way suits you both is the only important factor to think about. There are lots of ways to say ‘I do’ and we have a few below that you may want to consider if you are wearing a tea length wedding dress.
Some Ways to Say ‘I do’
Lots of our brides find that a short wedding dress is perfect for an overseas wedding. The tea length wedding gowns we stock are versatile to suit whatever day you have in mind. They travel well and can be taken to your destination of choice.
Vintage style wedding dresses are also great in the heat as they are lightweight and move easily. If you have a hot destination wedding then a strapless wedding dress is perfect. If you are heading to colder climates then there is the option of sleeves or wearing a jacket or bolero with your vintage style wedding dress.
For more inspiration, visit our blog where you’ll find the real weddings of Trisca and Paul who married in Cypress. Trisca wore a strapless wedding dress, Emily by Rita Mae. This gold strapless short wedding dress is stunning and catches the sunshine perfectly.
Heather and Robert got married at Coromandel Peak, Wanaka New Zealand amidst snow-capped mountains. Heather chose to wear Mollie Mae by Brighton Belle with a fur shrug.
Heading to your place of worship is still a fantastic way to get married. Church weddings can be big or small and located in towns or countryside. It’s really where you are comfortable and want to be. Our brides featured on the blog have married in all manor of locations from small intimate church affairs to city centre churches. There are lots of ways to say ‘I do’ when you are having a church wedding.
Sanne wore Elizabeth by Timeless Chic for her Dutch in London Wedding day. This gorgeous simply stunning tea length wedding dress features a gathered detail on the sweetheart neckline and it is strapless.
Sara wore Polly by Timeless Chic for her intimate city wedding. With it’s 3/4 length lace detail sleeves and lace embellishment over the bodice and down onto the full 1950s style skirt.
Registry Office / Celebrant
Of if you prefer to have a different location for your blessing then why not get married in a registry office. You can then have a celebrant help you celebrate your love in a location of your choice. This can create a real intimate feel as the celebrant will spend time getting to know you as a couple.
Our bride Megan and groom John held their wedding in a family garden and worked together will a celebrant to create their perfect day. Megan wore a calf length wedding dress, Polly by Timeless Chic.
Cutting Edge Bride
There are lots of ways to say ‘I do’ there is a fantastic short wedding dress to help you. Book your one to one appointment today and try on some of our 150 designer wedding dresses. Focused entirely on you, we want to know what you want for your wedding day. So that you get to wear the perfect retro wedding dress for one of these ways to say ‘I do’.