Wedding Dresses

It was a gown out of a fairytale which has gone down in history. There are many famous royal wedding dresses but the one worn by Princess Grace of Monaco sixty years ago today for her religious marriage to Prince Rainier III is among the best known of them all. Grace’s dress has inspired, amazed and fascinated for six decades. On the anniversary of the marriage of Rainier and Grace here is a look back at this wedding dress fit for a princess. Paper folding is something that I really enjoy because you don’t need any fancy equipment or materials – just paper and a little bit of patience! Origami dresses are a whole lot of fun to make and just perfect for creating your very own embellishments for handmade cards and particularly wedding ones, scrapbook pages, tags for gifts and sweet ornaments. This is a great craft for adults who enjoy cute projects as well as for rainy day crafting with kids. One of the nicest things about making your own hair accessories for your wedding is that you can choose the exact color or color combinations that you wish. The instructions for making this beautiful headband can be found at Elizabeth anne designs. Have even more fun by inviting your bridesmaids to help make the headbands. If you’re not having any luck with rentals, you can buy chair covers online and have them shipped to you. You will need to get dead-accurate measurements of the chair. A reputable dealer will send you a sample first (which you may or may not have to pay for), so you don’t end up paying for 300 chair covers that don’t fit. I think my browser is blushing…the pix don’t show. However the description and the overheards, sparked off my fertile imagination. Will be back later to see if they finally are visible. If you are looking for something vintage, this A-Line dress is the one. With off shoulder sleeves and a slash neck, this knee length dress is made of solid lace. You can click on the image to look at the dress from all sides.

Get a dress that has sleeves. If the dress doesn’t have them, places like David’s Bridal can put beautiful sleeves on the dress for about $100.00 more. The dresses’ veils, called shambars, feature both sequins and silk embroidery. The ‘iraqiyeh, or headdress, is my favorite part – I love the beautiful coins (many of which will be passed down from generation to generation) and can only imagine the beautiful sound they make when the bride walks. The first glimpses of the dress, made of duchess satin, showed off the scoop neckline and closely fitted sleeves. The bodice ended in a slim waistline that gave way to a full skirt. When taken literally, retro is defined as a style of the past. The fashion world has taken a look at the clothing of the past to produce the latest styles. Furthermore, retro has become a crucial …