“Married in white, you will have chosen all right. Married in grey , you will go far away. Married in black, you will wish yourself back. Married in red, you’ll wish yourself dead. Married in blue, you will always be true. Married in pearl, you’ll live in a whirl. Married in green, ashamed to be seen, Married in yellow, ashamed of the fellow. Married in brown, you’ll live out of town. Married in pink, your spirits will sink.”-an old poem.
If you’re future bride, you know that as soon as you have the diamond ring on your finger, it’s time to start thinking about the dress you’ll wear on the big day.
Fashion designer Ludmila Corlateanu, designed a mini-collection of breathtaking wedding gowns. With more than ten meters of silk, each dress make you fell like a princess who finally found her prince.
Over the years wedding dresses have incorporated the various styles and fashion trends of the period such as the low-waist 1920’s dress, high waist Empire style, Edwardian style, Princess line and Sheath dress. The Victorian wedding dress was a two-piece dress with a fitted bodice and a full panel skirt and narrow waist. High necklines and long sleeves have over the years transformed into less severe features such as off-the-shoulder, V-neck low cut or strapless, which have become very popular. Wedding dresses have also become more fancy and extravagant over time.
Today a long-standing favourite, the full-blown romantic dress with cathedral length veil and train is truly magical and dramatic for the bride’s entrance to the Church.
If you fell in love and said Yes to one of the dresses, you can find more about Ludmila’s dresses here.
I already choosed mine, but still looking for my prince to come to save me.