December 2014 | Ideal Bride
The dress is one of the most important parts of your special day. Not only for the bride, but for the groom who can't wait to see the love of his life looking radiant, her parents seeing their little girl dressed as a princess and the guests who have speculated about the kind of dress the bride has chosen.
With ever changing trends and fashions from season to season, here are the Ideal Brides key trends for the 2011/12 wedding season. Find a trend that suits you and your theme.
An Empire line dress is ideal for pear shaped body types, this style of wedding dress can help brides who wish to disguise their tummy area and emphasise their bust. Perfect for summer or destination weddings, Empire line dresses are floaty, light and often made of sheer fabrics.
Header: Look 11 by Amanda Wakeley 2012
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